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facilitator

a work method

field

a single data item, such as lastName, streetAddress, or annualSalary

file

a group of records that go together for some logical reason

first normal form

the normalization form in which repeating groups are eliminated from a database

1NF

the normalization form in which repeating groups are eliminated from a database

flag

a variable that indicates whether some even has occured

floating-point-value

a fractional, numeric variable that contains a decimal point

flowchart

a pictorial representation of the logical steps it takes to solve a problem

flowline

an arrow that connects the steps in a flowchart

folders

organization units on storage devices; each can contain multiple files as well as additional folders. folders are graphic directories

for statement

a statement that can be used to code definite loops; also called a for loop. The statement contains a loop control variable that it automatically initializes, evaluates, and alters.

foreign key

a column that is not a key in a table but contains an attribute that is a key in a related table

fork

a feature of a UML activity diagram that defines a logical branch in which all paths are followed simultaneously

formal parameters

the variables in a method declaration that accepts values from the actual parameters

fragile

describes classes that depend on field names from parents classes and are prone to errors

functional cohesion

the extent to which all operations in a method contribute to the performance of only one task

functional dependance

a relationship in which an attribute can be determined by another.