How many paradigms can be used simultaneously when writing code?

The C++ language multiparadigmatic. The use of one paradigm precludes the use of another paradigm or not? Or you can use several paradigms for writing code?
March 19th 20 at 08:25
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March 19th 20 at 08:27
Solution
So, well, then we go about the beginning.

Programming paradigm is a set of quite strict rules defining the way of organizing computational processes of the program.
Overall, the paradigm (para (gr.) about; oysters (gr.) sample, sample) - this form some of the concepts in the form of formal rules.

Here for example are some of the programming paradigmssupported by C++:


Implementation of the program code by means of modern C++ becomes much easier, at the expense of complicating the code, thanks to the joint use of different programming paradigms. Part of the code need to execute in OOP style, some of the code more easy to view templates of functions or classes, and some of the code there is no need to try to do outside of the OOP paradigm.
March 19th 20 at 08:29
As much as you can. In the end, it's just the order of letters and numbers.

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