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IB Glossary - I

IB Glossary letter I

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IDE (integrated development environment) A programming tool that gives programmers a single environment (that is, the hardware and software environment in which the program runs) for building programs rather than using individual editors and debuggers.
identifier The name or label chosen by the programmer to represent a variable, method, class, data type or any other element defined within the program.
interface The hardware and associated software needed for communication between processors and peripheral devices to compensate for the difference in their operating characteristics.
interpreter A program that translates and executes each instruction of a programming language before it translates and executes the next instruction.
ISO International Organization for Standardization.
iteration The process of repeatedly running a set of computer instructions until some condition is satisfied.
Created by: Stanman66