Difference between event driven and procedural programming?
object oriented programming focuses on performing actions and manipulation of data that is encapsulated in objects within a sequential series of steps while event driven is more dynamic and relies on event triggering and event handling to determine the sequencing of the program.
Event driven programming relies upon outside input, such as a mouse or a keyboard, to continue. It will wait for a signal from one of these to decide what to do next. Procedural programming runs through a set of procedures or instructions that are static - it only varies depending on content being worked on. Examples: Event Driven: Video Game Procedural: Video converter (once it starts, it relies only upon internal components)
hi, the answer for the above mention question goes like this............ The event driven programming in oops language is very conceptual programig concept, in the event driven program, the user can interact with the user interface by making use of mouse or any other means of controls ' But in procedural programming , you cannot interact with the user interface through any of the control, u can only and solely interact with the user interface…
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What is the difference between object oriented programming procedure oriented programming and event driven programming?
Procedural Programming simply put is dividing your problem into smaller parts (utilizing the Divide and Conqure Law) and then representing each smaller part by a definitive and exact sub-routine/function/procedure. Hence you look at the code as a big pile of different procedures that are coupled with each other, one calling the other, or one calling many while some not calling anything but rather doing specific computations and returning the results. Event Driven?! I do not…