The steady full-potential equation is written in the form of Poisson's equation, and the solution for the velocity field is expressed in terms of an integral equation. The integral solution consists of two surface integrals and one volume integral. The solution is obtained through successive iteration cycles. Each cycle of iteration consists of two sub-cycles, an inner cycle for wake relaxation and an out cycle for the strength of the source distribution integrals representing the flow compressibility. The density gradients in the source distribution is computed by using a type-differencing scheme of the Murman-Cole type. The method is applied to delta wings and the numerical examples show that a curved shock is captured on the wing suction side beneath the leading edge vortex sheet. Recently, a modified version of the scheme was applied to rectangular wings. In this modified scheme, the surface integral terms were computed by using a bilinear distribution of vorticity on triangular vortex panels which represent the wing and its wake. The results were compared with the available experimental data and they are in good agreement.