I read the full article here: http://onlinepresent.org/proceedings/vol29_2013/54.pdf
He is just stating an example of how one would convert an example RPG program to GraphViz's DOT notation.
There is no proof he actually created RPG lexical processing program that actually does this. Atleast the article doesn't give any indication other than the one very specific example in the paper.
Grade F until I can see the code that actually parses RPG into DOT notation.
From: Thomas Burrows [mailto:thomas.burrows.1957@xxxxxxxxx]
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Subject: How to flowchart RPG === Advanced Science and Technology Letters Volume 29 (ASEA 2012), pp. 258-263 - Has anyone seen this paper New Topic
Advanced Science and Technology Letters Volume 29 (ASEA 2012), pp. 258-263
- Has anyone seen this paper ??
Has anyone seen this paper? Done by what looks like a student in Thailand and an instructor. I am a bit lost on what exactly should be downloaded from www.eclipse.org/kepler/
that is then fed into GRAPHVIZ produce.
I am lost on how exactly what or what exactly out of ECLIPSE is used to take the original RPG source to generate a DOT markup language file that then appears to be fed into the GRAPHVIZ product for program flowcharts that is much better than gets generated in HAWKEYE.
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