Output – Each set of input values of an algorithm produced output values from a specified set
members – Method and data declarations that are contained in a class.
Digital signal – an electrical signal with voltage changes that are abrupt or in discrete steps
Backlog – A prioritized list of features or user stories to add to a program
return statement – statement used to return a value back to the method that called it
NESTING – When groups of code are placed in other groups of code.
A value stored in memory that cannot change while a program runs – Constant
Which of the following statements about manipulating objects in a map is NOT correct?
Loop variant – assertion whose truth changes between the first and final iteration
directories/folders – Groups of files.
variable – used to hold information of a particular data type (int, String, double)
For Loop – For loops are traditionally used when you have a piece of code which you want to repeat n number of times.
Source Code – Text that is translated
Natural Language Processing – a field of computer science, artificial intelligence, and linguistics concerned with the interactions between computers and human languages
Address Bus – Bus which carries address info from the processor to main memory and peripheral devices
Which оf the fоllоwing stаtements аbout mаnipulating objects in a map is NOT correct?
world wide web – a part of the internet www web
digital citizen – Someone who acts safely, responsibly, and respectfully online.
Centering data across a series of columns will cause your data to remain in the current cell, but be displayed and printed in the _______ most cell in the selected columns. – bottom
Cache Memory – A small amount of random access memory that sits between the processor and RAM in order to speed up data transfer.
Input – device used to insert data into a computer or other device (ex: keyboard, mouse, microphone, scanner, voice recognition)