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what does this flow chart symbol mean? and can you give me a link to it please.

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that for the first it goes constant suddenly increase and again constant can u tell me in which respect the chart is plot? plz
yea but i dunno much abu computer science that y asking as here they show two lines which also indicate something, so dats y i wanna knw it prospects otherwise the aboev statement is right in general
den i gueess sorry i dunno..

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I suppose it represents a curved line connector
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4d/Flowchart-template.jpg This is the only site I could find it on so far.
It’s a communication link. Communication link: Function of transmitting information by a telecommunication link, (Vertical, horizontal, or diagonal, with arrowheads for clarity; bidirectional flow shown by two opposing arrowheads.) http://www.fh-jena.de/~kleine/history/software/IBM-FlowchartingTechniques-GC20-8152-1.pdf Page 5.

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