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Re: Easy Way to code Raspberry with blocks

Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:54 am

I'm going to bow out as I was discussing 'Flow charts' with respect to Node Red and not BASIC (and in NR, execution goes where the data flows...)

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Re: Easy Way to code Raspberry with blocks (gone away)

Sun Jan 27, 2019 6:40 pm

pi_amateur wrote:
Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:19 pm
Hello Everyone; in this topic i will talk about http://www.raspblocks.com/
Looks like raspblocks.com has gone. I've pinged the owner via youtube comment, but they don't seem to be very active elsewhere.
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Re: Easy Way to code Raspberry with blocks

Sun Jan 27, 2019 7:56 pm

asandford,
I didn't have an argument, full stop, heater did. I think the flow of data thru' a program is the same as the dry run flowchart. So (in my mind) data flow = program flow ...
That is a juicy comment from a year ago I seem to have missed.

Yes, you did have an argument. You have just restated it: "...data flow = program flow..."

Aside: That is "argument" as in "claim", "proposition", "point for debate". Not "argument" as in " fisticuffs".

Edit: Deleted a load of waffle, replaced with the following:

It's a trivial matter to construct a traditional control flow chart where the data flows in the opposite direction to the control flow.

Ergo, data flow chart != program flow chart
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