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System/360 Flowchart User's Manual

H20-0293-2
Program Number 360A-SE-22X

The IBM System/360 Flowchart is a System/360 program designed to produce program flowcharts. This documentation aid operates under the IBM Disk Operating System (DOS) and is intended to minimize the planning and effort required to produce and maintain program documentation. It enables the user to:

  1. Produce clear, uniform, easily reproduced computer-generated flowcharts.
  2. Keep flowcharts continually up to date.
  3. Standardize flowcharting techniques throughout the installation.

This reference publication contains the specifications and detailed instructions for using the
System/360 Flowchart program. The only prerequisite for reading it is a basic understanding of flowcharting.


Reference Number : H20-0293-2

Date Published : October 1969

Manufacturer : IBM

Platform : 360

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH10257. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

System/360 Flowchart User's Manual

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