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CSP - Chapter 12

Block of Code one or more code statements that are part of a loop, conditional, function, or procedure
Boolean Expression/Condition/Logical Expression either true or false
Complex Conditionals two or more logical expressions joined by the keywords and, or, or not
Conditional Execution one or more statements are run only when logical expression is true
Decision choice between at least two choices
Flowchart a diagram that shows the execution paths for a program
Negation reverses the value of a condition
And used to join two logical expressions and then both of the logical expressions must be true for the joined expression to be true
Else used to execute one or more statements in a block following the else when the condition in the if part of the statement is false; must always have an if
If keyword is used to start a condition; is followed by a Boolean expression and then has one or more statements in the body
Not keyword not is used to negate a logical expression
Created by: shoemaker