APP JOURNAL SECOND PARTIAL
Key Vocabulary of lesson 10
Argument: You use an argument to give an input value, or values, to a function.
Argument label: Introduces the argument passed into the function.
Parameter: Used to work with a input value, or values in a function.
Return: A function returns something when it gives an output value back to its caller.
Side Effect: Any work done by a function that doesn't help create a return value.
1. Clarity: Text, privacy and cookies policy should be readable, with no unnecessary detail and with a font black and wallpaper white.
Security: Passwords, locations and e-mail cannot be shared or used by third parties.
Information: Ads and other external links that send you to other app or website cannot interrupt with the user handle of the app. Ads should be visible, but in a different page of the app main function.
Boolean: A type that has only 2 possible values; true or false.
Comparison Operators: You use as a symbol to describe 2 different things.
Conditional statement: A traffic controller that causes different code to run in different situations.
Remainder operator: It returns the amount left over after dividing a number by another.