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Key word for GCSE Computer Science.

abstraction Abstraction is the removal of unnecessary information.
algorithm An algorithm is a formula that carries out specific tasks.
argument An argument is a value that is passed between subroutines.
array An array is a data structure that consists of a set of values or variables.
assign If you assign, it means you give a value to a variable.
binary A binary search is used to find an item through the process of elimination.
search A binary search is used to find an item through the process of elimination.
boolean A boolean represents one of two possible values.
boundary Boundary data is the test data of the highest and lowest value.
branching Branching is instructing a program to deviate from its normal sequence.
bubble A bubble sort algorithm organises numerical values into the correct order.
sort A bubble sort algorithm organises numerical values into the correct order.
char Char is a data type that stores only one character.
computation Computation is a process that incorporates maths and logic.
concatenation Concatenation is joining two objects together so they are seen as one.
constant A constant is a value that cannot be altered whilst the program is running.
decimal Decimal data is used to store numbers that aren't integers.

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abstraction
algorithm
argument
array
assign
binary
search
boolean
boundary
branching
bubble
sort
char
computation
concatenation
constant
decimal

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