Flowcharting Symbols

There are six basic symbols commonly used in flowcharting of assembly language programs: Terminal, Process and input/output, Decision, Connector and Predefined Process. This is not a complete list of all the possible flowcharting symbols, it is the ones used most often in the structure of Assembly language programming.

• A round-edged rectangle to represent starting and ending activities, which are sometimes referred to as terminal activities.
• A rectangle to represent an activity or step.

• Each step or activity within a process is indicated by a single rectangle, which is known as an activity or process symbol.

• A diamond to signify a decision point. The question to be answered or decision to be made is written inside the diamond, which is known as a decision symbol. The answer determines the path that will be taken as a next step.

• Flow lines show the progression or transition from one step to another.


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