I'm taking a class that requires I create flowcharts for every assignment. The first assignment is to create a program that gets 5 integers from the user and prints the largest and smallest (super easy). The problem I am having is creating the flowchart because I cannot use loops at this time (the class hasn't gone over them yet) only if statements. I have never created flowcharts for my programming in the past (do people really still do this?) and am seriously struggling with something that sounds simple.
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