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Understanding Flowcharts

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Cleaning out my office this week, I happened across this graphic on an old xeroxed piece of paper that I picked up somewhere.

I thought it might make for a lighthearted way to start the weekend. Enjoy!

Understanding Flowcharts



A commenter told us that this was originally an xkcd article. Apologies for posting it here without attribution. Since this is a personal story for me -- finding old xeroxes and such of things from various places I've worked, I'm keeping the article on the site. There are a few others I've found that I'll post over the next week or two. Maybe you guys can help me source them as well.

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One of my favorite xkcd comics. The original can be found here:

http://xkcd.com/518/

Thanks!

I had a feeling it was lifted from somewhere -- it just had that professional look to it. Now I know where.

xkcd does some great stuff. I've probably only seen a small fraction of all of it.

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