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A Problem is to carry out a particular task. For solving the problem, some input has to be given to the system. The system will process or manipulate the input and produce the desired output. An algorithm describes the steps required to solve a problem. Once an algorithm is obtained for solving a problem, a Program has to be written which a computer can execute so as to accomplish the given task, thereby solving the problem at hand.  The program can be in any suitable programming language and is not dependent on the algorithm in any way.  

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