Computer Science 2
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A flaw in a computer program that causes the program to produce an incorrect result or behavior.
A program that translates instructions or code into a language that can be read and understood by a computer.
To identify bugs or errors in computer hardware or programs and fix them.
A method to analyze and record information about a program's execution.
Something unexpected that happens while a program is running.
Light-emitting diodes are energy-efficient and can be programmed to show a variety of symbols and images
A small image used to express an idea or emotion in digital communication.
Information or signals put into a computer system.
Information or signals coming from a computer system.
Two people working together to create a computer program. One person, called the driver, writes the code and explains the logic, while the other person, called the navigator, reviews it and gives feedback.
The person who writes the code in a computer program when two programmers are working together.
The person who observes or reviews each line of code in a computer program as it is typed when two programmers are working together.
A mechanical device that transfers signals to a control instrument or output device.
A command that performs different actions depending on whether a condition is true or false.
An instrument used for determining direction.
An instrument used to measure acceleration
Data represented as either yes/no or true/false.
Data that ranges on a continuous scale.
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