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3.4 CSA Key Terms
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The base-2 number system consisting of digits 0 and 1.
A value that represents a "close-enough" comparison between two other values.
The base-16 number system consisting of digits 0-9 and letters A, B, C, D, E, and F.
A condition that occurs when a very large integer exceeds its storage capacity.
The order in which operators are executed.
The paradigm of hiding multiple or complex steps in a procedure to make code readable and reusable.
A common result of integer overflow when the most significant bit normally reserved for the sign (+ or -) of an integer is overwritten.
The technique that adds .5 and truncates the result; the result is a rounded integer.
The format of output when values get too small or too large to be reasonably displayed.
The style of writing code in a "top-down" format; statement execution occurs in order from the beginning to the end of the code.
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