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C B P G C C A Y D U L H U I M F A S Y T W
C V A O W F C I T J C J M R P J V Y K J M
P R O G R A M M I N G P A R A D I G M S W
O R L O H E O I A V J S T K F D H B H J O
J E M R D S Q Q G D J V H H D S U R B O L
D C W R A Y A S F W C X B N A Q G R T P U
M U I B X Q G T V S I I Y G U Q M R A J P
C R L I I U T L F U N B S I E Y O O E R C
K S O G J U K U Q G P V C Q N S V W Q X O
T I P O D U I M B O N K W Y E E H O L A J
X V V N C P Q B F F S E M L L S H N L I J
U E N O S D L D X O A V B O U W C D O D A
X W I T G G S H R N U B W R R S C E X H W
S P M A M T Q T M X U L T J M N T H N M A
N G S T T C T D K B E W W M S Y W T P S G
X G K I D E P J R V G G C K L R N I U S I
I Y E O D E D M E D K N W F H C P A C T O
G R A N C G N L B R C P V I X Y X Y M Y L
S K I V L K N U H E Y Q V K V C J S T D Q
D A J B M A K E P X O G P B L L V M H I K

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  • A way of describing the time and memory complexity of a given algorithm (3, 1, 8)
  • An algorithm that calls itself within it's own definition (9)
  • Drivers, microwave oven processors, washing machine processors etc. are all programmed using this type of preogramming language. (3, 5)
  • Procedural, non-procedural, object oriented, event driven, 4th generation and visual languages are all examples of...... (11, 9)
  • The sort algorithm that compares adjecent values and swaps them if they are in the wrong order (6, 4)
  • The sorting algorithm that makes use of the pivot, a left pointer and a right pointer (9)

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