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Programming an action or process of writing computer programs
Program set of instructions that performs a specific task when executed by a computer
Block based programming dragging "block" or graphics of instruction
Text based programming input and output are based on text rather than graphics
Execute The process by which a computer or a visual machine performs the instruction of a computer program
Efficient achieving the best result with the least amount of coding possible
Iteration set of instructions is repeated a specified number of times or until a condition is met
For loop loop used to repeat a specific block of code a known number of times
Infinite loop a loop where the computer will cycle through a set of commands forever
Bug error in a computer program
Plugged activities that require electronic devices
Unplugged activities that do not require electronic devices
Code convert ordinary language into a symbolic language
Decode convert from the code to the original language
Debug find and fix mistakes in a computer program
Flowchart a representation of the steps to be taken in a program
Algorithm a combination of steps to solve a problem