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program A set of instructions that a computer executes to achieve a particular objective.
LED light-emitting diode, a semiconductor diode that emits light when conducting current.
microcontroller A small computer on a single integrated circuit containing a processor, memory, and programmable inputs and outputs.
block-based programming An introductory programming method. Unlike traditional, text-based programming, block-based coding is a drag-and-drop programming environment where code blocks snap together to form a program.
input Information or signals put into a computer system.
emulator A simulator that imitates a program or events.
iteration Repeating a process to yield results successively closer to the goal.
Pair Programming the practice of having two people collaborate on a coding task.
Driver the person operates the keyboard and mouse or tablet.
Navigator the person who watches the Driver and asks questions, helps fix errors, makes suggestions, and proposes ideas.
algorithm an ordered set of instructions that are used to carry out a task.
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