Greenfoot Ch1 Vocabulary
Vocabulary from "Introduction to Programming with Greenfoot" by Michael Kolling.
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Can be created from a class
Objects have these. When invoked, these perform an action.
The part of the method that specifies what a method call will return.
void return type
This kind of method does not return a value and represents a command.
non-void return type
The type of method that represents a question and has a return type.
A mechanism to pass additional data to a method.
integer return value
true/false return value
When a method is created it has a return type, name and parameters. This is called the method's __________.
Objects that can be placed in the world are known as these.
A class that represents a specialization of another. In Greenfoot, this is show with an arrow in the class diagram.
This type of code defines what objects of this class can do. We see this code by opening the class's editor.
Source code needs to be translated into machine code before it can be executed. This process is called _______.
The blueprint for the objects created from it. Greenfoot scenarios consist of these.
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