Category:Programming paradigm/Tacit

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Programming paradigm/Tacit is a programming language feature.

Tacit programming is programming where the arguments are state-free and are not explicitly referenced.

(For comparison purposes: arguments typically are not explicitly referenced in stack based languages -- however, in most stack based languages arguments are stateful, in the sense that you need to access them differently after every push or pop or whatever.)

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