NS Diagram Symbols

Pre-drawn NS diagram symbols represent definitions or actions, decision with step 3, selection, single step, iteration (while), etc. These symbols help create accurate diagrams and documentation.

Edraw software offers you plenty of special shapes and symbols used in Nassi-Shneiderman, definitions or actions, decision with step 3, selection, single step, iteration (while), iteration (repeat-until), frame, procedure steps, multiple steps, 2-D word balloon, etc.

NS Diagram Symbols

NS Diagram Shapes

NS Diagram Symbols

NS diagram shapes like definitions or actions, decision with step 3, selection, single step, iteration (while), iteration (repeat-until), frame, procedure steps, multiple steps, 2-D word balloon and more are available here.

Decision is the action or process of deciding something or of resolving a question.

Frame is a rigid structure that surrounds something.

Procedure steps are a series of moves taken to accomplish an end.

NS Diagram Symbols 2

Chevron arrow is a V-shaped arrow.

NS Diagram Symbols 3

Arrows show what's called "flow of control" in computer science. An arrow coming from one symbol and ending at another symbol signifies flow passes to the symbol the arrow points to.

NS Diagram Symbols 4

Ellipse balloon is a balloon with ellipse shape.

Need fresh looking NS diagram symbols for your design? These NS diagram symbols are a cinch to pop in. And their crisp, fine detail will make spectacular, easy-to-understand diagrams and presentations to your customers.

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