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Something built or constructed, such as a dam or a building. A constructed building or a precise arrangement of items or people, especially things with several sections, is referred to as a structure. A newly constructed home is an example of structure. The arrangement of DNA components is an example of structure.

Sequences, selections, and loops are three simple programming structures that may often be broken down into. The most basic instructions and algorithms for all sorts of software are made up of these components.

The C programme is broken into six sections, the first of which is the documentation portion. A group of comment lines make up the Documentation section. Section with links: The link section tells the compiler how to link the system library's header files and functions together.

A programme in C++ is separated into the three sections below: Section on Standard Libraries Section with the most important functions. Body Section of the Function

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