Structured Programming

  • Structured programming is a technique for organizing and coding computer programs in which a hierarchy of modules is used ,each
    having single entry and single exit point.
  • Structured Programming may have three types of control structures –
    Sequence
    Selection
    Iteration

Characteristics for Structured Programming

  • Every program should specify input and output variables.
  • The flow of the program should be top-down approach.
  • Every program and function must have a comment at the beginning.
  • Divide the big programs in to subprograms (functions or procedures).
  • Documentation should be short as far as possible.

Advantages of Structured Programming

  • Easy to write.
  • Easy to debug.
  • Easy to understand.
  • Easy to change.

Modular programming

  • The modular approach to programming involves breaking a program down into sub-components called modules.
  • Each module is composed of some set of instructions.

Advantages of modular programming

  • Easy to write
  • Easy to debug
  • The types of approaches
  • Top-down approach
  • Bottom-up approach

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