Visual Logic is a software program designed for logic analysis. It provides users with the tools for the visual presentation and verification of logical concepts. The users can interact with Visual Logic in the query and explore modes. The query mode features tools for the search of conflicted links between elements of the database. The explore mode allows the user to trace the flowcharts, including sequential, conditional and loop execution of logic programs. By setting the parameters of the "for loop" element you can make a loop flowchart in Visual Logic.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Click the "Start" button in Windows and select "Visual Logic."
Click the "Edit" button on the navigation bar and select the flowchart in which you want to make the loop.
Click the "Conf" button on the lower navigation bar to open the "For Loops" dialogue box.
Enter "Counter" in the "Variable Name" field, "1" in the "Initial Value" field, and "7" in the "Final value" field.
Click the "OK" link to set up a loop that will cycle seven times.
Click the "Edit," "Save" and "OK" buttons to make a loop flowchart in the Visual Logic program.
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