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As a software discipline, procedural programming decomposes a program into data and procedures for manipulating that data. Procedural programming has a sequential nature. Lists of procedural calls that execute sequentially drive a procedural program’s flow. A procedural program terminates after it calls its last procedure.
Procedural programming gives a program an overall structure: data and procedures. Procedures also help you to see how to program a task. Instead of writing one large processing block, you keep breaking up the procedures into subprocedures. Procedures do give you a level of reuse. You can create libraries of reusable procedures.
Modular programming tightly couples data ...