Implementation – Procedural, Event Driven and Declarative Languages

We wrote down notes from a powerpoint today that explained the difference between procedural languages, event driven and declarative.

For the exam: you need to be able to give an example language for each of these categories (COMAL for procedural, Visual Basic for Event driven, Prolog for declarative).

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In the screen shot below it shows the declarative language example. I wrote some facts and rules in (about people with blond hair and cleverness levels) for example purposes only. Not being hairist.

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We also did an image quiz (see below)covering most of the features of good software:

  • Robust
  • Readable
  • Reliable
  • Correct
  • Easily Maintained
  • Portable
  • Efficient

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