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Q: What is the difference of modular programming and modular programming?
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Is c plus plus a modular programming?

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What is the difference between modular programming language and Structured Programming language and Object oriented programming language?

They are all modular, structured deals more with processes and object oriented deals with things (objects) and their responsibilities to each other.


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What is modular programing mention any 2 charecteristic?

Modular programming is a design technique which separates a program into small, self-contained units or modules, each focusing upon a particular aspect of the program. Modular programming typically combines structured programming, object oriented programming and generic programming techniques.


What is modular structured programming?

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Several advantages to using a modular approach in programming?

It is easy to understand small sections of code in the modular programming.You can store the code across multiple files.Modular programming allows collaborative programming. Collaborative programming means more than one program work in one application at the same time.Duplication of code is not possible in modular programming. The programmers create a single procedure for code.The errors are localized to a subroutine or function and it is easy to find the errors.The code should be used in multiple applications in modular programming.The code should be simple and short in modular programming and it is less need to be written.


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Why is modular programming so important in procedural programming?

Modular programming is important in any programming paradigm including, but by no means limited to, procedural languages. A modular approach encourages taking one step at a time, promotes team work and collaboration and, most importantly, promotes testing on small and isolated units prior to integrating them into a large system.

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