I am really impressed with the quality of the flow chart on the bottom of this page ... scroll all the way down, click on the diagram, scroll down again, then mouse wipe over the thing to pick up additional juicy tit bits.

<http://www.wallstreetfollies.com/>

The flow chart accomplishes multiple missions of clarity of communicating a very complex topic.

I know not precisely answering your question, but I could not resist opportunity to share this classic.

Does anybody know of any good article that give pointers on how to
create a good complex program flow chart?

thanks.
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