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Arithmetic Expression
A sequence of operands and operators that computes a value
Comments
Nonexecutable statements used to make a program more readable
Exeption
An Abnormal state or error that occurs during tun time and is signaled by the operating system
Literal
An element of a language that evaluates to itself, such as 34 or "hi there"
Logic Error
Either of the logical connective operators (&&,II) or the negation operator (!)
Package
A group of related classes in a named directory
Pseudocode
A stylized half-English, half-code language written in English buy suggesting Java Code
Reserved Words
Wors that have predefined meanings that cannot be changed.
Run-time Error
An Error detected when, after compilation is completed, an error message results instead of the correct output
Semantics
The rules for interpreting the meaning of a program in a language
Syntax
The rules for constructing well-formed programs in a language
Virus
A program that can enter a computer and perfaps destroy information