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Intro to com sci

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Statement simply a directive that tells the computer to do something. Think of it as a command or an instruction. Ex. Say hello or go to blah
Boolean expression an expression that is either true or false. Ex. Mouse down?
Condition something that must be true in order for something to happen. Ex. If and when and or blocks
Loop can induce multiple executions of statements. Ex. Forever and repeat
variable a placeholder for some value, much like x and y are popular variables in algebra.
Local variable used just by one sprite
Global variable used by all of your sprites
thread a mini-program within a program that can execute at the same time as other threads. Ex. When starts a thread
event a message from one thread to another
methods allow you pass control of execution from one sequence of blocks to another
parameters allow you to influence the behavior of methods;
return values allow one sequence of blocks to "return" information to another;
inheritance and polymorphism allow relationships to exist among data structures.
Created by: lfalkens