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A programming paradigm is a fundamental style of programming that defines the basic programming units to represent problems and how these units work together to solve problems. This field is continuously developing to face up-to-date challenges. The first challenge to having a general-purpose programming paradigm is answered by structured programming that has data structures and statements as basic programming units. The statements are organized in the form of sequencing, selection, and iteration to satisfy any computable problems. This model matches how a programmer abstracts problems. The execution of structured programs is considered sequential since one statement gets to run only when the previous one finished in spite of their form of selection or iteration. This is exactly how a CPU executes a program. As structured programming meets both the expectations of th... (more)