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  2. Structured Programming, its Advantages and Disadvantages ...

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    Sep 25, 2017 · The following are the disadvantages of structured programming: A high level language has to be translated into the machine language by translator and thus a price in computer time is paid. The object code generated by a translator might be inefficient compared to an equivalent assembly language program.

  3. Structured (programming) | Article about Structured ...

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    structured programming Techniques that impose a logical structure to the coding of a program in order to make it easy to follow. Large routines are broken down into small modules that have to be methodically and carefully nested within each other, because the use of the GOTO statement is either discouraged or not available in the language (see spaghetti code).

  4. What is Structured Data? Webopedia Definition

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    Structured data is often managed using Structured Query Language (SQL) – a programming language created for managing and querying data in relational database management systems. Originally developed by IBM in the early 1970s and later developed commercially by Relational Software, Inc. (now Oracle Corporation).

  5. paradigms - Software Engineering Stack Exchange

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    I have a different opinion, with regards to the definition of structured programming. Structured Programming and Modular Programming are not the same thing. Please see the definition at the end of this note. The same link suggests that Assembler ** is a ** structured programming language!

  6. Programming Paradigms - Computer Science

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    Structured Programming. Structured programming is a kind of imperative programming where control flow is defined by nested loops, conditionals, and subroutines, rather than via gotos. Variables are generally local to blocks (have lexical scope).

  7. Object-oriented programming - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

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    Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a way of writing computer programs which is using the idea of "objects" to represent data and methods.Usually, computer programs were just a list of instructions to the computer, telling the computer to do certain things in a certain way, which is called procedural programming.

  8. Jackson Structured Programming – Wikipedia

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    Jackson Structured Programming, JSP, är en metod för att strukturera datorprogram, som utvecklades på 1970-talet av Michael Jackson.Metoden går i korthet ut på att ett programs struktur ska spegla strukturen hos de data som programmet hanterar.

  9. Programming Fundamentals/Conditions - Wikiversity

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    structured programming A programming paradigm aimed at improving the clarity, quality, and development time of a computer program by making extensive use of the structured control flow constructs of selection (if/then/else) and repetition (while and for), block structures, and subroutines.

  10. Object Oriented Programming vs. Functional Programming

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    May 12, 2015 · If you’ve spent much time in online tech forums or following technical folks on Twitter, you’ve probably heard an ongoing debate about the relative merits of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) and Functional Programming (FP).