Difference between Algorithm and Flowchart
|01.||A method of representing the
step-by-step logical procedure for solving a problem.
|Flowchart is pictorial representation of an algorithm. It is constructed using different types of boxes and symbols.|
|02.||It describes step-by-step
descriptions and each step represents a particular operation leading to solution of problem.
|The flowchart uses a series of blocks and arrows, each of which represents a particular step in an algorithm.|
|03.||This is effectively useful for small problems.||This is effectively useful for complicated problems.|
|04.||For complex problems,
algorithms prove to be Inadequate.
|For complex problems, flowcharts prove to be adequate.|
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