«One picture is worth a thousand words.» — In programming, that’s just as true as in other areas of life: with the visual picture of your code, you (and others) can understand and review the program’s code in less time and thus get your project done faster.
Crystal FLOW for C puts your code into the language of «pictures»; to be more accurate, those are charts — flowcharts with trees and rich trees, call flows, data flows — which visualize the code.
Call flows let you visually navigate through and review multiple functions in multiple files and get and communicate the idea of a program quickly. Flowcharts are fully interactive. Clicking on a symbol on the flowchart highlights the corresponding code in the file window; double-clicking on a function call expands it to a deeper level. Trees show structure hierarchies; they allow tracking call sequences between the nodes and searching for functions in the tree. Rich trees provide further details like file names for functions defined in the structure, list of required parameters, comments for each call, and objects used in it. Data flow shows all global and local variables, structure members, and other data participating in the code and allows tracking data throughout the program, keeping an eye on the variable even if its name is changed.
Besides helping you to understand and improve the code, Crystal FLOW helps you to fully document your project. Here you can quickly generate a full HTML documentation, viewable in any browser, with an overview of all files, functions and data definitions participating in the project, as well as flowcharts of all functions, all trees contained in the project, source code listings, cross-references, etc.
Crystal FLOW for C 4.60 Crystal FLOW is valuable for reviewing C/C++ source. It has: Flowcharts, Rich Trees, Visio/JPEG exports, Browser Editions: Docs: HTML docs + flowcharts, trees Professional
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