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Programming Techniques Through C: A Beginner's Companion by M. G. Venkateshmurthy

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CHAPTER 8

Solving with Modules

In order to solve a problem, with or without using a computer, one has to know the procedure or the method of solving the problem. Once the method is known, to solve the problem using a computer, it has to be coded using some computer language. These codes which have the method of solving a problem embedded within them are called computer programs. During the early days of programming, programmers used to write a single program to solve a problem completely, regardless of the fact how much big they are. This style of writing complete programs having a continuous sequence of computer codes is generally known as procedural programming. As the days passed by programmers started facing problems like error fixing, eliminating ...

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