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Modular Programming

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Princy Thomas

on 3 September 2016

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Modular Programming
Modular programming is the process of subdividing a computer program into separate sub-programs.
find grade for 30 studentsand average for math.
What's Modular Programming?
Get into your multiple intelligence groups! (15 mins)
Explain what they have understood by modular programming.
List their advantages & disadvantages.

(Use your registers / Onenotebook on skydrive)
- Many programmers can work at the same program at a time.
- It easy to write code for simpler tasks.
- Each module is independently debugged and tested.
- Modules can be reused in different programs whenever needed.

What is library of routines?
What is sub routine?
Modular programming is only suitable for complex problems.
 - Modular program is effective only if modules are to be reused.

Library of routines
A collection of useful preprogrammed modules stored together in one directory or folder.

sub routine
A SUB-ROUTINE is a set of programming instructions for a given task that forms a subsystem,
not the whole system.
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