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Definition: Top-down programming is the opposite of bottom-up programming. It refers to a style of programming where an application is constructed starting with a high-level description of what it is supposed to do, and breaking the specification down into simpler and simpler pieces, until a level has been reached that corresponds to the primitives of the programming language to be used.
Source: Reges & Stepp
Example: Example sentence for context: "Top-down programming complicates testing."