Friday, June 26

Procedural programming

Procedural programming can sometimes be called as imperative programming, but can also refer as programming paradigm based upon the concept of the procedure call.In Procedural programming, for a given problem, variables are identified and instructions are written using the variables in the correct sequence to get required result. Using a procedural language, the programmer specifies language statements to perform a sequence of algorithmic steps.
 Some times conditional transfer control from one part of the program to another can also be done. In most cases Procedural programming is better choice than simple sequential or unstructured programming. This method is mainly used to solve scientific and engineering problems involving variables, with the discrete result as the out put of the program.



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