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Learning to Program with ALICE Chapter 1 key terms

class defines a particular kind of object. It is like a template, blueprint or cookie cutter.
computer program a set of instructions that tells the computer what to do.
design the plan for how to solve a problem.
flowchart a traditional method used in computing for visually representing the steps in the solution to a problem.
object physical or virtual items that are found in the physical world or the computer world.
3d model the types of objects found in ALICE
three dimensional has height, width and depth
virtual world a visual 3D representation found in video games or simulations
animation the movement of objects by using computer programs.
orientation the direction and angle that an object is facing
Created by: marsenault