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    Define structural language and procedural language?

    Posted by: kalpana on 5/17/2008

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    COBOL is structure language

    C is a procedure language.

    Posted by: CEENU    

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    there are two types of structural language.
    1.procedure language like c
    2.object oriented like c++,java

    Posted by: chetanya gupta    

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    Structural language is one which can have a specific structure.
    c is a structured language
    before structural language procedural language was used.

    Posted by: prasanthi    

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    Structure language is the one which dont have function calls - e.g. COBOL

    Procedure langauage is the one which has function calls with structure language feature

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    In procedural the program is divided into subprogram and share a common global data.whereas in structured approach the concept sub modules is there which uses their own data member and subprogram and logic in own module.

    in last we can say that the modularisation get embeded in structured approach.

    Posted by: Deepak kumar    

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    procedural lang:In this type the problem is broken down systematically int smaller,manageable fun units called fun. ex:c
    structuerd lang:It is also called object-oriented,an object is a self contained entity whch contains data.An obj typically manages its own data.ex:c++,java.

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    Structural Language is COBOL
    Procedural Language is c
    Object Oriented Language is c++,java
    Structural Language is easier than
    Procedural Language

    Posted by: Satyajeet Shinge    

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    structural language is a COBOL.
    procedural language is a c.

    Posted by: sanjeev     

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    c is a structural language.

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    Procedural language : A program in a procedural language is a list of instructions
    Structural language: when the list of instructions became difficult to handle they were divided into small units called function.The language which follows the approach this approach is called structural language

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    C Is a procedural oriented Language & C++ is an Object Oriented Language

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    C is a procedural language and C++ is a object oriented language.

    Posted by: Ravindra    

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