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Hi everyone!
I need a flow chart generator project in c#. I need some source code.
Please help.

Regards,
haseeb
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Updated 29-Apr-11 5:39am
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Manfred Rudolf Bihy 29-Apr-11 10:41am    
What is your effort in this so far?
Do you have a question for us?

Complete, full source code to create flowcharts?
Hmm. Tricky.
OK here you go:
using System.Diagnostics;
namespace Flowcharter
    {
    class Program
        {
        static void Main(string[] args)
            {
            Process.Start("http://flowchart.com/");
            }
        }
    }
 
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Sandeep Mewara 29-Apr-11 11:04am    
:laugh:
I was about to comment that it was great to see an answer to a direct "gimmecode" question. But I see the OP's response to your question and could not stop laughing. Hope you don't mind! :)
OriginalGriff 29-Apr-11 11:07am    
Not in the least! I try to be helpful... :laugh:
Sandeep Mewara 29-Apr-11 11:20am    
:)
Joan M 29-Apr-11 11:28am    
LOL! Plus you've given a proper answer to the second part of his post... you've submitted some source code...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 29-Apr-11 22:07pm    
Exactly. 5+++++++++++++ to Griff!
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It does not work like this here. I am sorry but there is no quick question here. This sounds like your college project/assignment, you should put some effort.

We expect you to put some time in trying the issue that you are facing and then some time in formulating the question while posting here.

Here is what is expected by enquirers:
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Joan M 29-Apr-11 11:10am    
Nice to see standard answers here... :D I think there should be a link or button on the right side of this page that we should only click it to answer questions like this one... 5ed...
Sandeep Mewara 29-Apr-11 11:18am    
Just wait, I will make one soon and share. ;)
Joan M 29-Apr-11 11:55am    
Waiting to see that... ;)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 29-Apr-11 22:08pm    
The usual, I presume... :-) 5.
--SA
I would start with:

1. Designing one XML file with elements and structure.
2. I'd make a parser.
3. I'd draw the elements with the texts inside the XML.
4. I'd have the generator.
5. I'd store the results in that XML file.

This is only one of the zillions of ways to do it...

Think about what you exactly need, start designing it, once you'll have the complete design, then and only then start programming little by little: first one part, then another one... and so on...

When you will face a problem, then come back...

Here we are not to make your job. We will only help.

Meanwhile, and before starting, you MUST read the bottom notes on the page that follows: link[^] and this complete page[^]...
 
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haseebsvirgo 29-Apr-11 11:40am    
i know that after so many search then i posted that question
Joan M 29-Apr-11 11:53am    
You've not posted a question, you've asked for code that creates a flowchart generator... This site is not intended to give you a lot of code (at least not in this section, there are articles that show how to use a technology or similar that give a bunch of code that could help you). Here, you can't come in that way, here you should come only with specific questions: I've tried A and I'm having those X and Y problems... would be an accepted question with some interesting answers for sure... Don't take it personally, learn from that... we are willing to help you, but we won't do homeworks neither the jobs of anyone...
haseebsvirgo 29-Apr-11 11:56am    
oka bro
Sandeep Mewara 29-Apr-11 11:58am    
Definite 5!
Joan M 29-Apr-11 12:01pm    
Thank you Sandeep! ;)

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