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Unit4 Loops vocab


Source Code A program in a high-level language, before being compiled
Statement A part of a program that specifies a computation
Method A named collection of statements.
Syntax Error An error in a program that makes it impossible to parse (and therefore impossible to compile).
Parse To examine a program and analyze the syntactic structure.
Exception An error in a program that makes it fail at run-time. Also called a run-time error.
Logic Error An error in a program that makes it do something other than what the programmer intended.
Debugging The process of finding and removing any of the three kinds of errors.
Declaration A statement that creates a new variable and determines its type.
Assignment A statement that assigns a value to a variable.
Operator A symbol that represents a computation like addition, multiplication or string concatenation.
Concatenate The operation of joining two strings together.
Initialization A statement that declares a new variable and assigns a value to it at the same time.
Parameter A piece of information a method requires before it can run. They are variables, contain values, and have types.
Argument A value that you provide when you invoke a method. This value must have the same type as the corresponding parameter.
Casting Taking an Object of one particular type and “turning it into” another Object type.
Truncate To shorten it, or cut part of it off.the term is often used in reference to data types or variables, such as floating point numbers and strings.
Created by: ericabrie