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Key words for GCSE Computer Science.

decomposition Decomposition is breaking down a problem into manageable parts.
efficiency Efficiency is a way of testing the performance of a program.
erroneous Erroneous data is data that cannot be processed by the program.
exception An exception is an error that can stop a program from running.
function A function is a subroutine that returns a value.
global A global variable is accessible from the whole program.
variable A global variable is accessible from the whole program.
input Input is when data is received by a computer program.
insertion The insertion sort is a simple sorting algorithm that builds a sorted list one item at a time.
sort The insertion sort is a simple sorting algorithm that builds a sorted list one item at a time.
instruction An instruction is a single command for a computer to process.
integer An integer is a data type without decimal values.
iteration Iteration means repeating instructions in a loop until a condition is met.
linear A linear search is a simple method of searching a data set by examining each item in order.
search A linear search is a simple method of searching a data set by examining each item in order.
list A list is a data structure which stores a number of items.
local A local variable can only be accessed within the section of code in which it was created.
variable A local variable can only be accessed within the section of code in which it was created.

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efficiency
erroneous
exception
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variable
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insertion
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instruction
integer
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list
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