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What is the difference between a Structured Programming Language and
Procedural Language. Which one is procedural and structured.... either
C or C++.

Mar 4 '06 #1
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vaasu wrote:
What is the difference between a Structured Programming Language and
Procedural Language. Which one is procedural and structured.... either
C or C++.


Homework?

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Mar 4 '06 #2

vaasu wrote:
What is the difference between a Structured Programming Language and
Procedural Language. Which one is procedural and structured.... either
C or C++.


vaasu:

A structured programming language and a procedural programming language
are essentially synonymous. More details can be found at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structured_programming

Languages such as C, Pascal, and FORTRAN are considered procedural
programming languages.

Languages such as C++, Java, SmallTalk, and Eiffel are considered
object-oriented programming languages.

Hope this helps...

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Mar 4 '06 #3
Michael Redlich wrote:

vaasu wrote:
What is the difference between a Structured Programming Language and
Procedural Language. Which one is procedural and structured....
either C or C++.


vaasu:

A structured programming language and a procedural programming
language are essentially synonymous. More details can be found at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structured_programming

Languages such as C, Pascal, and FORTRAN are considered procedural
programming languages.

Languages such as C++, Java, SmallTalk, and Eiffel are considered
object-oriented programming languages.


C++ is normally considered a multi-paradigm language, in that both OO
and procedural programming styles are supported.

Brian
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Mar 4 '06 #4

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