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2.1.3 - Thinking Procedurally

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procedural abstraction
the model of what a subroutine does or should do, without knowing how it works
procedure interface
Knowing how a procedure is called, including the arguments required, their data type and the order they must be written in
top-down design
technique of breaking down a problem into the major tasks to be performed and these tasks are broken down further and further until each subtask can be written as a self-contained module
Advantage of Problem Decomposition: makes it easier to ... the program
Advantage of Problem Decomposition: makes it easier to maintain and ...
Advantage of Problem Decomposition: when a change needs to be made, it is easier to identify the individual modules to be ...
hierarchy chart
a tool for representing the structure of a program, showing how the modules relate to each other to form the complete solution