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One of the two major kinds of element in a conventional program, the other being a statement. A declaration introduces an entity for part of the program — its scope — giving it a name and establishing its static properties. Examples are declarations of variables, declarations of procedures, declarations of input/output ports or files.

Subjects: Computing.

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