Text-based programming


A traditional programming[2] method in which letters, numbers, and symbols are typed to determine inputs[3] and outputs[4]. Text-based programming[1] languages such as Python[5], C, and Java require programmers to follow a formal, text-based syntax.

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1. Text-based programming. A traditional programming method in which letters, numbers, and symbols are typed to determine inputs and outputs. Text-based programming languages such as Python, C, and Java require programmers to follow a formal, text-based syntax. Related Articles: Glossary: camelCase conventionGlossary: snake_case convention« Back to Glossary Index
2. programming. The process of writing a programme Related Articles: Glossary: camelCase conventionGlossary: snake_case convention« Back to Glossary Index
3. inputs. If you do something, and a computer or system ‘receives’ that, you’ve given it input. If that input triggers a function, you might receive some kind of feedback from the system. Related Articles: Glossary: camelCase conventionGlossary: snake_case convention« Back to Glossary Index
4. outputs. An output is data that a computer sends. Related Articles: Glossary: camelCase conventionGlossary: snake_case convention« Back to Glossary Index
5. Python. A type of programming language. It is one of many high-level, general-purpose programming languages. It was first released in 1991 Related Articles: Glossary: camelCase conventionGlossary: snake_case convention« Back to Glossary Index