ITEC 6030 Lecture 1: Programming Lab through chapter 4

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If you were to look at a machine language program, you would see a stream of binary numbers: this type of program is designed to be transmitted over the internet and run in a web browser. Applet: these are words that have a special meaning in the programming language. Key words: there are symbols or words that perform operations on one or more operands. Operators: these characters serve specific purposes, such as marking the beginning or ending of a statement, or separating items in a list. Punctuation: these are words or names that are used to identify storage locations in memory and parts of the program that are created by the programmer. Programmer-defined names: these are the rules that must be followed when writing a program. Syntax: this is a named storage location in the computer"s memory. Variable: the java compiler generates byte code, jvm stands for java virtual machine.

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