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Visual Programming


Is there a difference between visual programming and graphic programming? No, the words are identical. A


VPL uses methods to create a two- or three-dimensional software that contains graphical components, text, symbols, and icons inside its programming environment. An executable graphics language is another name for a visual programming language.


VPL can be used in multiple domains like multimedia, educational purpose, video games, automation


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