April 28, 2012

Brain uses Backup Libraries

In computer programming, there is a kind of programming called modular programming. In this technique, a giant program is broken up into independent smaller units. Each unit in itself a complete program to achieve a sub goal. These units are called “Modules”. All these modules are archived in the libraries like math and header libraries in C++. These modules can be used in any other program where they can accomplish the same task. These modules are very handy and only additional programming lines are added to expand their capabilities. For example, suppose you want to write a program to draw… Read More »Brain uses Backup Libraries