Mark Pearl

Imperative Coding

Imperative coding is the traditional code we usually write. It expresses actions as a series of lines of code indicating logical flow and assignment. Imperative code consists of complex algorithms and logical statements that direct and exact sequence of operations.

Declarative Coding

Declarative coding specifies what’s to be done, not how to do it. Declarative code is simple - It’s just a statement, not an instruction set.

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