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Posts Tagged ‘methods’

Execution workflow

Saturday, April 15th, 2017

Whenever a method executes, it takes control over execution workflow of the program. However, if in the caller method we call yet another method, the execution is transferred to this new method, until it’s code is executed, and when that finishes, the execution control is returned to the first calling method.… Read more

Methods and functions parameters

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

Our methods and functions can perform different actions, but sometimes, we need to offer them certain relevant data to process. We do this by using methods and functions parameters.

One of the primary goals of methods and functions is what we call code re-usability and this means we don’t have to copy and paste the same piece of code over and over, whenever we need that certain action to be performed.… Read more

Methods and functions declaration

Sunday, April 9th, 2017

Methods and functions declarations is actually a three step process: declaration, implementation, call  of our method or function.

  • Declaration is the process of writing the method type, name and eventual parameters, so the program can successfully identify it.
  • Implementation of a method is writing the actual code that will be executed when the method is executed.
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Functions

Saturday, April 8th, 2017

Every person that ever wanted to become a programmer was at some point discouraged by one of the few things that makes programming so hard: its complexity. Whenever someone would want to code something like Skype, for instance, they would first of all feel overwhelmed about the incredibly complex task they face.… Read more


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