Upgrade to remove ads
BP - Computer Programming
Terms in this set (19)
A __________ is a series of steps or instructions that a computer can follow.
The lines of instructions in a computer program are called __________.
Computer programs are written in various programming __________.
Python is one example of a programming __________.
A (An) __________ is a very precise step-by-step series of ordered instructions.
A very important part of programming is making sure you have the steps in the right __________.
A __________, also known as a subroutine or a procedure, is a set of instructions designed to perform a frequently used operation within a program.
A __________, also known as a function or a procedure, is a set of instructions designed to perform a frequently used operation within a program.
Repeating a section of code is called a __________.
An __________ is going through a function or loop once. It can also mean a particular version of something.
Mistakes in computer code are called __________.
In math, an unknown value is called a __________.
In programming, a __________ is also known as an if-then-else statement. This tells the computer what to do based on the value of a variable.
A program that converts human language programs into machine code is known as a __________.
__________ was an early advocate for programming in human languages and helped develop compilers.
Grace Hopper helped create __________, one of the earliest English based programming languages.
Common Business Oriented Language
COBOL is an acronym for __________.
__________ is an example of a block coding language developed by the Media Lab at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
In computer programming, a __________ is a temporary and changeable value.
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Lesson 14 Vocabulary
Grade 2 Unit 6
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
BP: Loops & BP: Functions
Atoms & Ions
Cosmos DVD episode 5: A Sky Full of Ghosts
OTHER QUIZLET SETS
Exam 1 Vocab (Python)
Speaking the language of programming the NXT
Object Oriented Programming with C# - A First Prog…
Definitions and stuff