Introduction to Computing using Python

  1. In the console Variables are the color
    Blue
  2. In the console Functions are the color
    purple
  3. In the console Reserved words are the color
    Red
  4. In the console Strings words are the color
    Green
  5. Function:
    A segment of code that performs a specific task, sometimes taking some input and sometimes returning some output.
  6. Method:
    A function that is part of a class in object-oriented programming (but colloquially, often used interchangeably with function).
  7. Event-Driven Programming:
    A type of programming where the program generally awaits and reacts to events rather than running code linearly.
  8. Comments:
    Notes from the programmer supplied in-line alongside the code itself, designated in a way that prevents the computer from reading or attempting to execute them as code.
  9. Documentation:
    Collected and set-aside descriptions and instructions for a body of code.
  10. Self-Documenting Code:
    Code whose variables and functions are named in a way that makes it clear what their underlying content and operations clear to the reader.
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