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FORTRAN Flow Chart Tool Available
Posted Sun August 22, 2004 @08:14AM
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News OmegaChart ver. 1.1 is a FORTRAN FlowChart generator. It converts a FORTRAN source code to its FlowChart equivalence. The generated flowchart is ported into an Excel file.

With OmegaChart 1.1, you can untangle the programming logic in a spaghetti code and therefore generate visual documentation of the execution path.

While other analysis tools only provides you "assembly level" info such as calling trees, Omega Chart provide detailed "module level" logic such as if-elseif-endif constructs, loops and nested loops.

With omega chart, you can easily minimize the use of GOTO's and therefore "modernize" your code.

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The current version complies with f77 standard because most spaghetti code were written in earlier release of the FORTRAN language. (e.g. F77 )

Whether you are a programmer, a program analyst or a software maintainer, Omega Chart is a "MUST HAVE" tool to ease your life. It can relieve hundreds or even thousands hours of headache.

A demo copy of OmegaChart ver. 1.1 may be download from the web site.

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