What Is the Definition of a Procedure?

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Procedure is a noun which refers to a fixed step-by-step way of doing something or a sequence of activities that must be followed in the same order to so as to accurately perform a task. If it is repetitive, it is called routine. Procedure can also be an old-fashioned way of calling a building block of a computer programme; the block of code that performs a single task.
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pro·ce·dure
[pruh-see-jer]
NOUN
1.
an act or a manner of proceeding in any action or process; conduct.
2.
a particular course or mode of action.
3.
any given mode of conducting legal, parliamentary, or other business, especially litigation and judicial proceedings.
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A procedure is a way of doing or initiating something. It normally applies to established forms or methods for carrying out affairs of an organized body such as a business, club, or government.
Procedure refers to a process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work. In computer science, procedure is a set of instructions or series that performs a specific task.
Procedures can be defined as established or official ways of doing things. They are series of actions performed in a certain order, way or a routine. The term may also be used to mean a surgical operation.
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