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Always get tensed while drawing Flow Charts for your programs? What if someone draws Flow Charts for you? I think that will be great! Yes! Now you don’t need to worry about drawing flow charts.
Here is the Online Flow Charts Generator for you : Easy Flow Charts
This is MIT licensed and open source, free to use learn and contribute by anyone out there. This great and innovative solution is developed by Tushar Joshi, Principal Architect at Persistent Systems, Nagpur (India), apart from developing innovative applications he is a very good teacher and poet.
So use it freely to design, sorry to generate the flow charts for you now.
Lets have a look, how easily you can generate flow chart for you :
- Write/customize your program according to syntax given in left panel.
- Click “Update” Button above left panel. This will show flow chart generated according to your code.
- Click “Show As Image” Button above Image panel to save the Flow chart as Image.
Three easy steps and you are done.
Here is my first flow chart using Easy Flow Charts ;
Start->Input A Input A->Input B Input B->B ==0 B ==0->Cannot divide by zero: yes B ==0->Will Proceed: no Cannot divide by zero->Stop Will Proceed->C = A / B C = A / B->Print C Print C->Stop
Then if you want to save huge amount of time in drawing flow charts use Easy Flow Charts.
I have secured 1st Place in National Android Apps Development Championship prelim round held at JLCCE (J. L. Chaturvedi College of Engineering), Nagpur (Maharashtra – India) which was organized by AppsBuzz in association with IIT Madras in 1st week of December 2012 and have received the Certificate of Merit from them too.
The overall competition was good & the arrangements were good enough.
Now I have received the invitation mail to attend the final round at IIT Madras during 1st week of January 2013. I will try to be there & give my best too.
- What are the shortcuts of MS Word 2010?
- What are the MS Word 2010 shortcuts?
- What are the Microsoft Word 2010 shortcuts?
- What are the Word 2010 shortcuts?
Following are the shortcuts of Windows 7 :
|Shift + F3||Change the case of letters|
|Shift + F5||Move to last change|
|Shift + F6||Go to previous pane / frame|
|Shift + F7||Choose the Thesaurus Command (Review Tab, Proofing group)|
|Shift + F8||Reduce the size of a selection|
|Shift + F9||Switch between a field code & its result|
|Ctrl + Shift + F3||Insert the contents of the Spike|
|Ctrl + Shift + F8, Then press arrow key||Extend the selection or a block|
|Ctrl + Shift + F9||Unlink a field|
|Ctrl + Shift + F11||Unlock a field|
|Alt + Shift + K||Preview a mail merge|
|Alt + Shift + N||Merge a document|
|Alt + Shift + M||Print the merged document|
|Alt + Shift + E||Edit a mail merge data document|
|Alt + Shift + F||Insert a merge field|
|Alt + Ctrl + M||Insert a comment|
|Ctrl + Shift +||Turn change tracking ON or OFF|
Many students & professionals were asking that how they can change the font size in Eclipse.
Here is the way to change the font size in Eclipse :
- Go to Window Menu > Preferences > General > Appearance > Colors and Fonts
- Then to change the font size : Go to Java > Java Editor Text Font > Edit
- Now set the font & font size you wish, done.
See Video Tutorial for above :