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A control[2] mechanism in which the value of a variable[1] or expression changes the execution of a program and which usually involves multiple branches.

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1. variable. A placeholder for a piece of information that can change. Related Articles: Environmental Damage: Taking Damage from an AreaGlossary: CamelCaseGlossary: Computer numerical controlledGlossary: CNCGlossary: Fair UseGlossary: Accepted conventionsGlossary: Check DigitGlossary: Commenting outGlossary: PrototypeGlossary: Functional Modelling6 Getting User InputVEXCode V5 Pro – Robot MovementGlossary: Snake Case1.07 Develop a computer program (91883 L1 4cr)Unity – Universal Render […]
2. control. How a computer system operates or is “controlled” Related Articles: Environmental Damage: Taking Damage from an AreaGlossary: CamelCaseGlossary: Computer numerical controlledGlossary: CNCGlossary: Fair UseGlossary: Accepted conventionsGlossary: Check DigitGlossary: Commenting outGlossary: PrototypeGlossary: Functional Modelling6 Getting User InputVEXCode V5 Pro – Robot MovementGlossary: Snake Case1.07 Develop a computer program (91883 L1 4cr)Unity – Universal Render Pipeline and […]