procedures and functions

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what is a set of instructions which is stored under one name - when you want your program to do the whole set of instructions you only need to call the name of this?
procedure
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what is a set of instructions that is stored under one name that can be called by the main program and returns a value?
function
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what type of functions are built in to high level programming languages?
common
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what is a special type of variable which is used to pass values into a sub program?
parameters
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what is an actual value that the parameters take when the sub program is called?
arguments
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what do procedures don't have to take but sometimes will?
parameters
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what are called by typing their name (and giving an argument if necessary)?
procedures
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what will take at least one parameter and must always return a value?
function
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the *what* of a variable, constant, procedure or function defines the parts of the program in which it is recognised and can be used?
scope
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what type of variable only exist while the subroutine is executing and is only accessible within the subroutine?
local
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