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yes there is a close connection between graphs and programming in quite a few areas. the simplest way to picture this is as loops, branch, or subroutine entry points in code as destinations in a directed graph. see also

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yes there is a close connection between graphs and programming in quite a few areas. the simplest way to picture this is as loops, branch, or subroutine entry points in code as destinations in a directed graph. see also

see also http://cs.stackexchange.com/questions/539/visual-programming-languages cs.se

yes there is a close connection between graphs and programming in quite a few areas. the simplest way to picture this is as loops, branch, or subroutine entry points in code as destinations in a directed graph. see also

see also Visual Programming languages cs.se

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yes there is a close connection between graphs and programming in quite a few areas. the simplest way to picture this is as loops, branch, or subroutine entry points in code as destinations in a directed graph. see also

see also http://cs.stackexchange.com/questions/539/visual-programming-languages cs.se