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We can assign variables and initial values in the IPO chart for clarity. – pg
76

variables – memory locations that the computer uses to store
information. – pg.77

keywords – words which have a special meaning in a programming
language.

statement – an instruction to perform an operation.

streams – sequence of characters used by C++ for input and output. –
pg. 78

example: 

INPUT: cin >> length; >> called the extraction
operator

OUTPUT: cout << "This is output." – << called the insertion
operator

endl – used to denote the end of line for output to the screen. 
Flushes the buffer and makes a new line on the screen. – pg 79

debugging – the process of removing errors from the program – pg. 83

syntax error – an instruction/statement which violates the rules of a
programming language.

 


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