Lew Pitcher queries: "I recently attended a presentation of a code documentation tool that, among other things, produced a flowchart of the analyzed code. The vendor sells this one product for analyzing both mainframe code (COBOL, 390 Assembler, PL1, etc.) and 'distributed' code (C#, Java, C++, Smalltalk, etc). I haven't kept up with the 'modern' techniques (I prefer Nassi-Shneiderman charts, but I still have my flowcharting template), and wondered if modern 'OOP' programmers use flowcharts. If they don't, what is the preferred technique for diagramming an OOP program?"
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