The flowchart starts with a cook wanting to make some eggs. The cook chooses the preparation (decision symbol). If they want to make scrambled eggs, they crack the eggs, then mix them with milk and butter. After they mix the eggs, they add oil to the heated pan. When the pan is ready, the cook pours the egg mixture into the pan. They stir the egg mixture and when the eggs are fully cooked, they turn off the stove. If they want to make a fried egg, the cook heats oil in a pan. Then the cook cracks the egg on the pan and fries it until ready. If the cook wants to make a hardboiled egg,  they boil water and gently place the egg in the boiling water. When the egg is ready, the cook removes the pan from the stove and turns off the gas or electricity.

Cooking an Egg in the Kitchen - Flowchart example

Cooking an Egg in the Kitchen diagram code in Gleek

start:queue
prepare egg
egg type:diamond
end:queue
start–>prepare egg–>egg type
egg type–>scrambled–>crack egg–>mix egg with milk and butter–>heat pan and add oil–>pour egg mix–>keep stirring–>end
egg type–>one sided–>heat pan with oil–>crack egg on pan–>end
egg type–>hardboiled–>boil water–>put egg into boiled water–>end

About Flowcharts

A flowchart, or flow chart, is a type of diagram that shows a step-by-step view of a process. Flowcharts document the tasks and decisions needed to achieve a specific goal. A basic flowchart is easy to make and understand. Businesses, engineers and software designers often use flowcharts to diagram their ideas.

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