Computer Programming Chapter 2

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Body

The part of the program that contains the statements enclosed in the { and } symbols

C++

Object-oriented programming language

Comment

Information placed on a program to explain or clarify the contents of a program for a human reader. Enclosed with /* or //

Compiler

A program that converts source code, usually written in a language like C++ into object code, a machine language version

End-of-line

A special escape sequence, /n that when placed inside a string causes the compiler to end the line of ouput

Escape Character

A special character, such as backslash that is used to escape normal interpretation of characters on a string

Escape Sequence

The combination of escape characters, such as /n

Executable file

The compiled and linked version of a program ready to run on the computer

Free form

A programming lnaguage, like C++, where spaces and blank lines generally have no effect on the program's operation

Function

A set of statements that accomplish a task

Function header

Appears as the first line of a function, and includes the return type and function

Library

A collection of program code that can be included in a program to perform a variety of tasks

Link

To combine several pieces of compiled code into a single compiled program

Machine Language

The low-level, native language of a computer, consisting of only 1's and 0's

Object

A seperate piece of program

Object Code

The machine language code produced by compilation

Object-oriented

A programming language, like C++, in which programs are constructed in seperate pieces

Program

A sequence of instructions that tells the computer how to accomplish a particular task

Source Code

The program code written in a language like C++

Statement

A line of code in the program body that tell shte computer what to do

Stream

An input/output device such as "cout"

String

Characters or symbols enclosed in quotation marks

Syntax error

An error caused by a statement in the program that violates the rules of C++

Warning Message

A message given by the compiler because a statement in the program is legal, but suspicious

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