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Greenfoot

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What are the 3 components of an initial scene? background image non-moving scenery objects moving objects
What are the 3 main areas of the Greenfoot IDE? class display world execution controls
What is the world? where the action and user interaction take place
What is the position of the top left corner of the Greenfoot coordinate system? (0,0)
What is the position of the top right corner of the default Greenfoot coordinate system? (600, 0)
What is the position of the bottom right corner of the default Greenfoot coordinate system? (600, 400)
What is the position of the bottom left corner of the default Greenfoot coordinate system? (0, 400)
What is the class display? where all of the Actor objects, or classes involved in the scenario can be seen
What is the code editor? where you program the objects
What is in a class? the specifications that define the appearance(attributes) and actions(methods) of an object.
What is the scene editor? where you add and position instances of objects interactively
What is an object? an instance of the class from which it was created
What are the parts of the act method? a method signature(heading) and a body
Where is the method body located? between the curly braces
What are programming statements within the curly braces called? the body of the method
What is compilation? the process of translating code you write into machine code the computer can understand
Created by: shoemaker