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Section 18.8 Chapter Summary

This chapter included the following concepts from computing.
  • Bottom-up implementation - The process of building a program by first building small low-level, simple procedures and then using those to help build more complex procedures.
  • Precondition - Something that the code in a procedure assumes to be true. The caller of a procedure is responsible for making sure the Precondition is true before calling it.
  • Top-down design - The process of breaking a complex task into smaller problems that are easier to solve.
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