Topic - Imperative Procedural Languages

Imperative Procedural Languages

In computer science, imperative programming is what's known as a programming paradigm. This means that the programming language uses statements that change a program's state as each one the statements is executed in turn. Procedural programming is a type of imperative programming in which the program is built from one or more procedures.


Some of the programming languages that follow the imperative paradigm include the following (click on the links to study these courses):

C programming

Python programming

Ruby programming


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