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15 Cards in this Set

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A Java program that can be downloaded and run on a web browser
Assignment Operator
The symbol =, which is used to store a value in a variable
Byte Code
The Kind of object code generated by a Java compiler and interpreted by a Java virtual machine. Byte Code is platform independent
DOS development environment
A set of software tools that allows you to edit, compile, run, and debug programs using the DOS operating System
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
A means of communication between human being and computers that uses a pointed device for input and bitmapped screen for output. The bitmap displays images of windows and window objects such as buttons, text fields, and pull-down menus. The user interacts with the interface by using the mouse to directly manipulate the window objects.
The use of clever tachniqus to write a program, often for the purpose of gaining access to protected resources on networks.
Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
A set of software tools that allows you to edit, compile, run, and debug programs within the user of a module.
Java virtual machine (JVM)
A program that interprets Java byte codes and executes them.
Just-In-Time Compilation (JIT)
A feature of some Java virtual machines that first translates byte codes to the machine's code before executing them.
Source Code
A program written by a programmer
An individual instruction in a program
Terminal I/O Interface
A user interface that allows the User to enter input from a kepboard and view output as text in a window.
Turtle Graphics
A set of methods that manipulate a pen in a graphics window.
A Memory Location, referenced by an identifier, whose value can be changed during execution of a program.