We can access the usual data like comments, functions, statements, etc. We can quickly find any code segments that are the same as one another. We can import code into Visustin from all of the standard import options. And we can export from Visustin in all of the standard export options.
And I'll navigate to the New Code module and click on OK. And I'll use the arrow keys to move to the end of the code. And we can see the module has been created with a check box. And the module is collapsible. And we can see that we can collapse one side and also expand the module. I'll open and close the module and press the arrow key to move to the next module. And I'll use the collapse button and then choose the fullscreen option to use the fullscreen editor.
What does Visustin do with VB or ASP Classic code? VB code is parsed and displayed on the chart's layout. This way you can modify code, even if you don't know C# or VB - just the syntax of the code is enough to change the flow chart's layout. If you want to publish your chart to our web servers, simply change the extension of the file to.htm and upload it. The chart will be saved in our database.
Visustin makes charts with UML activity diagrams from your COBOL code. It also analyzes code based on your flowchart and creates charts that represent that code as well. You can use your own fixed column format for the code or the standard COBOL fixed-column format as shown in the figure here, or select the option to use the standard format that everyone uses for COBOL. At the bottom of the main window, you can change settings for the size of the visual display and print out charts or save them to disk as files that can be imported into another charting tool such as Visio. I've used Visustin to analyze the