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  1. Structured programming - Wikipedia

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    Structured programming is 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.

  2. Talk:Structured programming - Wikipedia

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    Since this is defined merely in terms of unstructured programming being the converse of structured programming, it should really be part of the structured programming article. There isn't really a discipline of 'unstructured programming' as such, but as the article says, only people who should know better ;) — porges ( talk ) 21:34, 14 July ...

  3. Structured program theorem - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

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    The structured program theorem is a theorem in programming and computer science.A computer program can be split into pieces of code that do a certain task.According to the structured program theorem, these smaller tasks can be combined in only three ways to get any larger task done.

  4. Unstructured programming | Article about Unstructured ...

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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).

  5. Category:Jackson Structured Programming - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jackson Structured Programming or JSP is a method for structured programming based on correspondences between data stream structure and program structure. JSP structures programs and data in terms of sequences, iterations and selections, and as a consequence it is applied when designing a program's detailed control structure, below the level where object-oriented methods become important.

  6. Structured programming is a logical programming method that is considered a precursor to object-oriented programming (OOP). Structured programming facilitates program understanding and modification and has a top-down design approach, where a system is divided into compositional subsystems.

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  8. Non-structured programming - Wikipedia

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    Non-structured programming is the historically earliest programming paradigm capable of creating Turing-complete algorithms [citation needed].It is often contrasted with the structured programming paradigm, in particular with the use of unstructured control flow using goto statements or equivalent.

  9. 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).

  10. Unstructured programming - The Free Dictionary

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    Unstructured programming synonyms, Unstructured programming pronunciation, Unstructured programming translation, English dictionary definition of Unstructured programming. n. the design and coding of computer programs using a top-down methodology

  11. (PDF) An introduction to structured programming

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    Structured programming (SP) is a technique devised to improve the reliability and clarity. of programs. In SP, control of program flow is restricted to three structures, sequence, ELSE, and DO ...