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Flowgorithm is a free application that helps you create programs using simple flowcharts.

Typically, programs are written using a text editor. Depending on the programming language, this can be either easy or quite difficult for a beginning programmer. Many languages require you to write lines upon lines of confusing code just to get it to display "Hello, world!".

However, using Flowgorithm, you can use shapes to represent the different actions that you want your program to perform. So, you can concentrate on the algorithm rather than all the nuances and details of a typical programming language.

You can execute your programs directly in Flowgorithm. But, if you want to learn a high-level programming language, Flowgorithm can convert your flowchart to many popular languages. These include: C#, C++, Delphi/Pascal, Java, JavaScript, Lua, Perl, Python, QBasic, Ruby, Swift 2, Visual Basic .NET, and Visual Basic for Applications (used in Office). 

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Flowgorithm features the following:

  • Easy to understand output
  • Graphical variable watch window
  • Interactively generate code (for 12+ languages)
  • Safe recursion
  • Loops, arrays, and flexible expressions
  • Multilingual support

More information

Site News

March 20, 2017

March 18, 2017

March 17, 2017

  • Version 2.4.1 was released. This version contains bug fixes and some more enhancements. There shouldn't be another new version for a while. Please clickhere for a full list of changes.
  • Roberto Atzori updated his Italian documentation. Download here!

March 8, 2017

Version 2.3 was released. Please clickhere for a full list of changes.

  • Added support for Arabic - Thanks to Amr Ibrahim Khudair
  • Added support for Slovenian - Thanks to Gregor Anželj
  • The application can now support right-to-left languages. This required extensive testing and some major internal changes. Special thanks to Amr Ibrahim Khudair for all his help.
  • Added IBO Pseudocode to the Source Code Viewer. 


This short tutorial shows how to create the classic Hello World program.

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Looking for Translators

Flowgorithm supports multiple spoken languages. These include: Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Galician, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Mongolian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Slovenian, Thai, and Turkish.

If your language isn't currently supported, and you would like to help create a translation, please contact me at: No programming is required.  You just need to translate a simple text file. Your help will be greatly appreciated!