The terminal window where you can type in commands.
To take a text file of human-readable language instructions and convert
it into something the computer can run (usually a binary format). javac is
the Java compiler.
A function in a class definition that is called when creating a new object.
You can use this to set the object's variables and such.
In a shell, the directory that's current ( ha , a tautology!)
To install a resource into a server environment.
Domain Name Service, the global system that translates a domain name
like example.com to an IP address like 22.214.171.124.
A big floating-point number.
Settings used by the shell and application programs.
An object that represents some real-world action, such as a mouse click.
An error that interrupts the current function and starts running the top-
most enclosing catch , or aborts the program if there isn't one.
A file that the computer can run, usually a binary file with low-level
machine instructions, but sometimes a text script run by a shell.
The collection and organization of files and folders (directories) on the
A Java keyword indicating that this variable can't be changed.
A not-so-big floating-point number.