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<1> Conditional. A case selection
structure is the choice of multiple
Start
actions based on some conditional.
The conditional is presented in an
oval-shaped box. In general, the
conditional poses a question that
requires a decision. If the decision is
the first choice, <2> is executed. If
<1> Conditional
Third Choice
First Choice
the decision is the second choice,
<3> is executed. If the decision is
Second Choice
the third choice, <4> is executed.
<2> First Choice Sequence. This is the
<2> First Choice
<3> Second
<4> Third Choice
action that is executed when the first
Sequence
Choice Sequence
Sequence
choice results from the conditional.
<3> Second Choice Sequence. This is
the action that is executed when the
second choice results from the
conditional.
Stop
<4> Third Choice Sequence. This is the
action that is executed when the third
choice results from the conditional.
Figure A-6
Case Structure
<1> Conditional. A do while iteration
structure will repeat as long as the
Start
conditional is true. In general, the
conditional poses a prerequisite for
continued iteration. If that
prerequisite is met, the condition is
true and execution proceeds to <2>.
False
If the prerequisite is not met, the
<1> Conditional
Stop
condition is false and execution
stops.
True
<2> First Sequence. This is the first
action that is executed when the
<2> First
conditional is true. Proceed to <3>.
Sequence
<3> Second Sequence. This is the
second action that is executed when
the conditional is true. Proceed to
<1>.
<3> Second
Sequence
Figure A-7
Do While Structure
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