Isn't there always a perfect and most efficient way to write a program instead of people being settled with uniqueness of their program?

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  • 1 month ago
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    Yes, this concept began in the 1970s with what was then called 'goto-less programming', and evolved into the terms 'structured design', structured programming', 'top down design.' The concept was highly successful in allowing programs to be developed more quickly and easier to understand and less likely to have logic problems. That concept has continued since then.

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