There are two main schools of thought when approaching a solution to a problem in the programming world. The first school of thought is one that we have used in this book up to this point:
. This approach is based on what actions to take—
—and developing subroutines that carry out those actions. In procedural programming, you take the overall system and break it up into smaller and smaller pieces, code the steps for the individual pieces into functions, and then put the functions together to form the entire system.
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