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  1. #1 Computer science 
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    Hi ,
    Procedural call is a conditional or unconditional branching


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sujith
    Hi ,
    Procedural call is a conditional or unconditional branching
    While I don't understand your question (I'm not an expert on CS), I'd like to point out that this forum is not intended for just asking questions. Please rephrase your post so it becomes an interesting topic for discussion. In such a discussion you may still get the answer you were looking for.


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    Sorry for that..,
    During the execution of Instructions by a Processor it may or may not encounter some kind of branching depending upon the previous statement.
    Normally procedures are called unconditionally, that means it can be called whenever it is required. But a few days before my friend told me like it can be called conditionally also.
    Help me in this issue, whether procedures can be called conditionally, if it so how we can call it conditionally.
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