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"A notation resembling a simplified programming language, used to describe algorithms"
A programming construct in which a group of statements is executed repeatedly
Software feature used by developers to help detects bugs in the source code
A visual method of representing an algorithm or process
Binary instructions used by the CPU
"Utility which coverts high level code into low level code, one line at a time"
Software feature which allows code to be run without being compiled
A series of steps designed to solve a problem
Utility which converts low level code into machine code
Problem-based programming languages which are similar to natural languages
Name for any utility which converts one programming language into another
Software which provides a number of dedicated tools for software developers
A programming construct where a set of instructions is executed in order
"Utility which coverts high level code into low level code, whole blocks of code at a time"
Software feature used to generate written information about the source code
A programming construct in which an option of statements is provided
A value stored in memory that can change while a program runs
Data that is at the limits of what is valid or invalid
Data type used for positive and negative whole numbers
A type of error that occurs due to incorrect algorithm design
"Data that is within the required range, as expected by the program"
A data type that only stores one of two values
Data that is in the wrong format and should be rejected by the program
Data type that can be used to store any combination of alphanumeric data
A value stored in memory that cannot change while a program runs
Data structure used to store multiple values in a single variable
Numerical data which contains decimal numbers
A type of error that occurs due to incorrect spelling or grammar in a program
The process of setting the value of a variable
"Data that is outside of the required range, and should be appropriately dealt with"
A data type used for storing a single alphabetic or numeric character