Structure Chart

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A structure chart is a graphical representation of the functions and procedures within a program. Structure charts can be used to design and communicate the structure of a program. The nodes on the structure chart represent the functions and procedures being described. These nodes can be connected by arrows indicating calls. Data flows are marked along the arrows, indicating the data that is passed to the function or procedure via parameters, and the data that is returned from the call.

The following image is an example of a structure chart.

This is an example of a structure chart and shows the routines within a system, calls, and data flows.

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