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The object-oriented and procedural, or imperative, paradigms, and the functional, logical and mathematical, or declarative, paradigms are just that "paradigms." They are the embodiment of thought patterns and methods for modeling solutions. So long as the end result of a paradigm, the language used to implement it, is Turing complete, and the associated ...


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If your students are old enough to own phones and send text messages, then perhaps you could use group-texting as an example? One person in the group sends a message to the others; the message goes off to the company's server, which broadcasts the message to the people in the group? Depending on their age, that might be an example to which they could ...


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