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and are easier to use, partly because they allow programmers to name variables instead of using awk-ward memory addresses. Also, newer programming languages allow programmers to create self-con-tained modules or program segments that can be pieced together in a variety of ways. The oldest com-puter programs were written in one piece, from start to finish, but modern programs are rarely writtenthat way—they are created by teams of programmers, each developing reusable and connectable pro-gram procedures. Writing several small modules is easier than writing one large program, and mostlarge tasks are easier when you break the work into units and get other workers to help with some ofthe units.
PTS:1REF:27TOP:Critical Thinking10.Currently, there are two major techniques used to develop programs and their procedures. Name anddescribe them.
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