That’s a good question: Functional programming ignores Time and Imperative Programming is “before-now-next”. It can have a non-linear product but what’s happening now is happening now so if it’s working with a past loop, it’s now in the past loop.

That’s a good question: Functional programming ignores Time and Imperative Programming is “before-now-next”. It can have a non-linear product but what’s happening now is happening now so if it’s working with a past loop, it’s now in the past loop.

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