Assignment, Variables, Constants & Sequences
Inputs, Outputs & Type Conversion
IF Statements & Boolean Operators
Nested Selection and Iteration
WHILE, REPEAT-UNTIL Loops
Validation and verification
Validation and authentication routines
High-level & Low-level languages
Assemblers, Compilers & Interpreters
Imperative languages are a style of language that are built from commands which state how the program must operate.
A command is an instruction that the computer must follow.
The three key elements of imperative programming languages are:
The key features of imperative programming languages are:
Flowchart examples for the three key elements: Sequence,Selection and Iteration (repetition)