Simple Data Processing
Terms in this set (16)
a place where particular names have meaning.
a container which holds data and program code to do a particular job.
gives the method something to work on
a list of items in C# separated by a comma that lists variable names
the easiest type of value for the computer to store; range is from -2 billion to +2 billion.
names that are built into the C# language that are typically highlighted in blue
numbers which are not integers
an additional instruction to the compiler to force it to regard a value in a particular way.
a name that the programmer chooses for something in the program
mix of upper and lower case letters so that each word in the identifier starts with a capital letter
notes that help to make the program easier to understand
note that refers to a particular line of code
a value with special meaning
allow you to do something if a given condition is true.
allows a chunk of code to be repeated until the condition at the end becomes false
marks the pace where the value is to be printed