Category:Programming paradigm

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Programming paradigm is a programming language feature.

A programming paradigm is a group of (usually) semantic features of a language that work together to allow a particular style of programming. A language may support multiple paradigms at once (e.g., Java is both an imperative language and an object-oriented language).