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AliceCh6

Learning to Program with ALICE Chapter 6 key terms

QuestionAnswer
Conditional expression evaluate to being either true or false. In Alice the “If/Else” statement is used to do this.
Relational operators (<, >, <=, >=, !=, ==)
Logical operators (and, or, not)
Boolean expression the part of a conditional expression that actually compares two items using either relational operators of logical operators.
Conditional execution one of the two possible branches taken when an If statement resolves to either true or false.
If/Else statement a block of program code that allows for the conditional execution f that code.
Abstraction reduces and factors out details so that we can focus on one or a few main concepts at a time.
Return statement found in a function and will return a value that is the same as the definition of the function.
Function returns a value when used in a program statement.
Integer a whole number (has no fractional parts)
Range a set of consecutive numbers that are defined by a minimum and maximum value.
Random number a set of numbers used in a computer program that does not repeat and has no recognizable pattern.
Created by: marsenault