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Use functions to repeat actions

Use functions to repeat actions: Computer Science Principles: Programming
Use functions to repeat actions: Computer Science Principles: Programming

LinkedIn principal author Doug Winnie explains how functions work to take multiple actions defined in code and give them a name. The function name is then used to alter the program flow, allowing code to go in and out of functions as defined by the programmer. Functions can simplify coding by taking common steps that are repeated in your program and create reusable sections.

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Skill Level Beginner
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Developer Programming Foundations

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