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Thread: Algorithm theater?

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    Default Algorithm theater?


    I'm wondering, does anyone know of another program like Jeliot?

    I'm looking for a new one because Jeliot does not support StdIn or StdOut and I'm hoping
    that there exists another one that does.

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    Default Re: Algorithm theater?

    Have you checked out Jive? I don't know anything about it myself, but it looks interesting and is being developed by a US university. You might search for "java visualization tools" or "java program visualization" to find other candidates.

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