Inputs


If you do something, and a computer or system[3] ‘receives’ that, you’ve given it input. If that input triggers a function[1], you might receive some kind of feedback[2] from the system.

Terms definitions
1. function. A named section of a computer program that performs a specific task. Functions help make code more efficient and reusable. They may take input parameters and produce output. Related Articles: Progress Outcomes – Computational Thinking MatrixProgress Outcomes – Design and Develop Digital Outcomes MatrixGlossary: Control structureGlossary: Intelligent systemsGlossary: Text-based programmingGlossary: Transformation processesVEX Robotics – Getting […]
2. feedback. Responses from people who have a specific interest or investment (time, financial, emotional) in a project. Feedback can be positive or negative. For example, your teacher may be a stakeholder in one of your in-class projects. When your teacher is discussing with you what they think about it, they are giving you feedback. When a […]
3. system. A set of interconnected parts designed to transform, store, transport or control materials, energy and/or information. Related Articles: Progress Outcomes – Computational Thinking MatrixProgress Outcomes – Design and Develop Digital Outcomes MatrixGlossary: Control structureGlossary: Intelligent systemsGlossary: Text-based programmingGlossary: Transformation processesVEX Robotics – Getting StartedUnity – Universal Render Pipeline and Input SystemMoving the player using the […]