I have noticed many problems in algorithms textbook are solved by recursion (divide and conquer, backtracking,...) As I tried to enhance my skills in writing them, I have noticed, I just need to ...
Can all business logic be decomposed as a (declarative) state diagram on simple crud operations and conditionals?
This seems an extreme question probably but I'm wondering anyhow: Can all business logic be decomposed as a (declarative) state diagram on simple crud operations and conditionals? Already a lot of ...
In a declarative language, specifically in the context of modelling, can we make a clear distinction between code and data?
For declarative languages, specifically (but not limited to) in the field of modelling, it's not obvious to me whether code can be considered to be separate from data. This line of reasoning may only ...
Is imperative style programming (say with Java/C) more error prone than something more declarative [closed]
I know programmers tend to get defensive with their paradigms and tools that they use. But in your experience, with the most generic, typical pieces of code that you see with Java or C++ or C, is the ...
I feel very comfortable with Imperative programming. I never have trouble expressing algorithmically what I want the computer to do once I figured out what is it that I want it to do. But when it ...