A flowchart is a graphical representation that visually displays the flow of data through a processing system. By looking at a flowchart, one can understand the operations performed and the order in which they are performed in a system.
Algorithms consist of a sequence of steps for solving problems, and a flowchart can be used to represent an algorithm. The flowchart describes the operations required to solve a given problem and the sequence in which they are performed. A flowchart can be thought of as a blueprint for a problem-solving design.
There are 6 basic symbols commonly used in flowcharting of assembly language Programs:
Problem 1: Flowchart to calculate the area of circle.
Problem 2: Convert temperature Fahrenheit to Celsius.
Problem 3: Flowchart to find the greatest from 2 numbers.
Problem 4: Flowchart to print the Even numbers between 9 and 100.
Problem 5: Flowchart for printing odd numbers less than a given number. It should also calculate their sum and count.
Problem 6: Flowchart for the calculate the average from 25 exam scores.