RAPTOR Example Plugin

RAPTOR is a flowchart interpreter originally designed at the Air Force Academy, the runtime library that comes with RAPTOR is fairly week, and if you’re serious about using it to teach computer programming concepts, or using it for any type of proof of concept, you’ll definitely want to consider enhancing it.

Attached is a Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (you can use the free Express version — but don’t try to use any Visual Studio newer than 2010)

Here is a list of the example functions implemented (using C#) 

 

  • Parse_String
  • Parse_String_Count

 

  • String_Trim
  • String_Trim_Start
  • String_Trim_End

 

  • String_Lowercase
  • String_Upppercase

 

  • String_Format_Int
  • String_Format_Double
  • String_Format_Date
  • String_Format_DateTime

 

  • Array_Int_Sort
  • Array_Double_Sort

 

  • Random_Int
  • Random_Double

 

  • Is_Int
  • Is_Double
  • Parse_Int
  • Parse_Double

 

To test or use this plugin, just place the DLL into the RAPTOR directory and re-start RAPTOR.  There is also a sample RAPTOR program included along with the full source code.

This source code, and the accompanying DLL may not be used in any commercial endeavor, it may; however, be freely used for educational purposes.

 


 

Download raptor_example_plugin.7z