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Chapter3_Programming Logic

Boolean a variable with 2 values true or false.
Concatenate linking of components together
Parse when you divide the component into smaller components to be analyzed
Float everything to the left of the decimal
NaN a string that is not a number
Array is a list of items you use in your code
Elements are items (numbers and strings) in an array
Dynamic language a language that executes at runtime many common actions, that can change
Static language a language that only executes on action that is fixed
Iteration a set of instructions or structures that are repeated in a sequence
Function is a way of storing code to be called again and again to be reused
Spaghetti code snarled, unstructured program logic
Structure programs that follow the rules of programming logic
If-Then-Else is another name for the dual-alternative selection structure
Null a decision in which in action is taken
While loop a structure that continues to repeat a process while some condition remains true
Nesting the act of placing a structure within another structure
Created by: kkuhlers