Structured programming is a programming paradigm based on dividing a program/system into composition sub-programs/systems using a top-down approach. The computer program is thus organized into hierarchical modules, each with a single entry point and a single point of exit. Control structures are used to pass down control throughout out the code structure since they determine the exact order in which a set of instructions is to be executed. Examples of control structures used in sequence, iteration, and test structures (Structured Programming, 2015).
Advantages of structured programming:
Structured programming addresses to a great extent and solves the issue of complexity in computer programming. This Continue reading...