Computer Science - System Analysis and Design - Discussion


Top-down programming is

[A]. a group of related fields
[B]. a map of the programmer's view of the data
[C]. an approach in which the top module is first tested then program modules are added from the highest level to the lowest level
[D]. a series or group of components that perform one or more operations of a more complex system
[E]. None of the above

Answer: Option C


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