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Textbook Problem

Explain the difference between procedural and non-procedural languages.

Program Plan Intro

To discuss the difference between procedural and non-procedural languages.

Program Explanation

Procedural Language:

Procedural Language is a third-generation language (3GL) that was used for programming traditionally. These languages are based on algorithms which involve step- by-step processing of a problem.

It involves precise definition of each step by the programmer to solve the problem. The programmer creates a command for each processing step.

These languages determine what and how a process should be done. The example of this language is COBOL.

For example: In order to subtract a number from another number, the instruction will be SUB (a, b). In this, D is subtracted from a...

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