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5 February, 2015 - 11:20

Many students will learn modular structured programming before learning object-oriented programming. The common way of teaching programming fundamentals is to cover them or divide them into three courses, usually covered in this order:

  1. Modular structured
  2. Object-oriented
  3. Data structures

The following items learned in modular structured programming fow into the learning of object-oriented programming:

  1. The standard and complex data types are the same
  2. The operators are the same, thus data manipulation is the same
  3. The control structures are the same
  4. Concepts of documentation and making code readable are the same
  5. The use of test data to verify logical thinking and program results is similar