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CSP - Section 1

variable a name associated with computer memory that can hold a value and that value can change or vary
string sequences of characters between single, double, or triple quotes
comment The part of any line that starts with a # character; computer ignores everything from the # character to the end of the line; explain what we’re doing in the programs and are intended to be read by people, not computers
pixel one small part (element) of a picture
screen layout on grid from left to right(horizontal) and top to bottom(vertical)
top left corner (0,0)
the way y increases on an image top to bottom
the way x increases on an image left to right
code a set of instructions that a computer can understand; sometimes called a program
dot-notation how you ask an object to do something in Python
library a group of programs that provides some functionality
arithmetic expression contains a mathematical operator like - for subtraction or * for multiplication.
assignment means setting a variable’s value
assignment dyslexia putting the variable name on the right and the value on the left ; not a legal statement
camel-case when the first letter of each additional word is uppercased when you create variable names that have several words in them like firstName
integer division when you divide one integer by another. In some languages this will only give you an integer result, but in Python 3 it returns a decimal value
mixed-case mixed-case means using upper and lower case letters in a variable
modulo remainder operator, %, returns the remainder after you divide one value by another
tracing keeping track of the variables in the program and how their values change as the statements are executed
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