Symbols related to Flow Charting
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Specifies that the step is an alternative to the normal process step.
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A connector is used to represent that the flow is continued elsewhere on the flowchart. Typically capital letters are used in the circle as labels.
Indicates that data is to be inputted into a process or that data is to be outputted from the process.
Indicates a decision point at which the flow can branch based on the answer to the question/condition posed in the decision box.
Indicates that the process displays information to a person.
This specifies that the process step creates a document.
Represents the flow of logic/steps through the flow chart.
Represents data storage. Typically a file or database.
Specifies a step in the process that can not be, or is not, automated.
This specifies that the process step generates multiple documents.
A connector is used to represent that the flow is continued elsewhere in the flowchart on a different page. Typically capital letters are used in the circle as labels.
Refers to a series of process steps that are defined elsewhere, such as in a subroutine definition.
This represents a process, or step in the flow chart. Text is placed in the process box to explain what action is to take place.
Represents storage that is read and/or written sequentially, such as magnetic tape.
Used for specifying the start or stop points for a process.
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