Programming Paradigms are ways of programming that are unrelated to once choice of a programming language. Paradigm tells one which programming structure to use and when to use them.
To date, there have been 3 programming paradigms. You will be surprised to know that all of them were discovered before the year 1968. Following are the 3:
Structured programming imposes discipline on direct transfer of control.
The structured programming paradigm was discovered by Edsger Wybe Dijkstra in the year 1968. This was the first programming paradigm to be adopted(not invented).
Dijkstra demonstrated that the use of unrestrained jumps(goto statements) is…