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Section 1

(25 cards)

Program

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A collection of instructions that performs a specific task when executed by a computer.

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Computational Thinking

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Generalizing the skills necessary to solve open-ended problems procedurally.

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Coding

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Using a programming language to create a program.

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Text-Based Language

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Used in professional and learning environments to build high-level programs that store and process large amounts of data.

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RECTANGLE

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(X,Y , WIDTH, HEIGHT)

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Point:

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The location described by a coordinate pair is marked with a point. Points are locations on the coordinate plane.

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Programming Language

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Languages developed to communicate instructions to a computer.

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Debugging

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The practice of finding and removing errors from a program or collection of code.

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Square

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(X, Y, Shape)

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Triangle

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(X,Y, size)

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Origin:

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At location (0,0) on the coordinate plane, this is where the x and y axis cross. In Codesters, the origin is located at the center of the stage.

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(X,Y) Coordinates:

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These are also called ordered pairs and name locations on the coordinate plane. You can find these locations by counting out from the origin. the x-coordinate determines how far to move horizontally and the y-coordinate determines how far to move vertically.

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Algorithm

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A step-by-step procedure for solving specific computational problems.

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Circle

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(X, Y, Diameter)

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Comments:

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Text in your program that starts with a hashtag and is gray. It gives information about the code, but does not run or affect the program.

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Front-End Development

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Producing code for a website or web application so that a user can see and interact with it. Common languages include: Javascript, CSS, and HTML.

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Shape:

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A shape is a type of object.

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Block-Based Language

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Used in learning environments to teach programming concepts. Users can drag and drop blocks to build working programs.

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Double quotes:

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Surround strings in Python. They must be used in pairs before the beginning and at the end of a string.

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Commands:

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Instructions that the computer follows that makes action on the stage occur. You will use a series of commands to make a program.

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Back-End Development

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Producing code that is never visible to the user and is responsible for the behind-the-scenes functionality. The structure stores and processes data.

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Parameters:

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An integer, string, or variable that controls how a command is run. For example, the color of a rectangle is a parameter.

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Computer Science

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The study of the theory and use of computers.

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Coordinate plane:

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This is a flat area defined by an x-axis that runs horizontally (side to side) and a y-axis the runs vertically (up and down)

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Parentheses (parens):

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Parentheses gather together commands in Python. They must also be used in pairs. The left paren ( opens the bracket and the right paren ) closes it.

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