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imperative language

(language)imperative language - Any programming language that specifies explicit manipulation of the state of the computer system, not to be confused with a procedural language.

An example of an imperative (but non-procedural) language is a data manipulation language for a relational database management system. This specifies changes to the database but does not necessarily require anyone to specify a sequence of steps.
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