7 years ago in C++ Functions

Dividing a program into functions

[A] is the key to object oriented programming
[B] makes the program easier to conceptualize
[C] makes the program run faster
[D] both (B) and (C)
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Vithya Shree - 1 year ago

Both b and c

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Blank OP - 4 years ago

Blank OP from Bacolod City, Philippines is saying is the key to object oriented programming is correct answer

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swathi - 4 years ago

swathi from Chennai, India is saying makes the program easier to conceptualize is correct answer

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Rohan Bhosale - 4 years ago

Rohan Bhosale from Pune, India is saying is the key to object oriented programming is correct answer

Neyah Deshmukh
Neyah Deshmukh - 4 years ago

Neyah Deshmukh from India is saying both (B) and (C) is correct answer

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