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flowchart

  1. a graphic representation of a sequence of COMPUTER operations which is used in presenting computer programs.
  2. a graphic representation of a sequence of production operations. See ACTIVITY CHART.
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Under the agreement, Corel will obtain the source code for two IMSI productivity products - FLOW!, a flow chart and diagramming package that allows users to convey business concepts in a graphical format, and TurboProject, a project management program.
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No step on a flow chart should ever end, because the flow of customer relationships and convincing non-buyers to buy at a later time are continuous.