|User input||A feature in programming languages that allows users to provide the inputs for a program.|
|Prompt||A symbol or some text from a program indicating that it is waiting for an input from the user.|
|Test||The process of finding how well your code works by providing different inputs to the program.|
|Reusability||Quality of the code that allows it to be reused.|
|Logical Error||A logical error is a bug in a program that causes it to produce wrong or unintended result. However, the program compiles and runs without showing an error on the console. |
Example: divided by ZERO, when an integer is divided by ZERO then it will compile successfully but at runtime, it will throw an error.
|Syntax error||Syntax errors are mistakes that a developer/user can do while writing the code. |
Example: System.out.Print(“Good morning!”) - In this line of code, alphabet p in print() has been capitalized, resulting in a syntax error.
|shapeSize()||shapeSize() method is used to fix the size of the turtle.|
|shape()||shape() method is used change the shape of the turtle.|
|Builtin function||Pre-defined blocks of code that perform a specific function. Example - input(), print(), min(), max().|