Wikipedia:Federal Standard 1037C terms/computer programming terms

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This is a list of computer programming terms taken from the Glossary of Telecommunication Terms, published as Federal Standard 1037C. Additional terms have been added from different sources.

A[edit]

abstract syntax notation one (ASN.1) -- accumulator -- program address -- application -- application programming interface (API) -- ASCII -- assemble -- assembler -- assembly language -- assembly time

B[edit]

BCD -- binary system (numeral) -- binding -- bit -- bitmap -- bool -- booting -- breakpoint -- branch -- bug -- byte

C[edit]

call -- CASE -- CASE technology -- classes -- compartmentation -- compatibility -- compile -- compiler -- computer language -- computer numbering formats -- computer-oriented language -- computer program -- computer word -- conversion -- core dump -- cross assembler

D[edit]

data type -- debugger -- diagnostic program -- driver -- DLL

E[edit]

editor

F[edit]

firmware -- floating point -- foo

G[edit]

general protection fault -- graphical user interface (GUI) -- graphic character

H[edit]

hello world program -- high-level language (HLL) -- HTML -- hypermedia -- hypertext

I[edit]

icon -- identifier (ID) -- illegal character -- instruction -- instruction set matrix -- intermediate language -- intermediate-level language -- interpret

J[edit]

job

K[edit]

kernel (computers)

L[edit]

label -- LAN application (software) -- language -- language processor -- library -- link -- listing -- load -- loop

M[edit]

machine-independent -- machine instruction -- machine language -- macro -- microinstruction -- microprogram -- monitor -- multitasking

N[edit]

network control program (NCP) -- network operating system -- nibble

O[edit]

operand -- operating system -- overlay

P[edit]

path -- pointer -- procedure-oriented language -- program -- program architecture -- programmable -- programmable read-only memory (PROM) -- programmer -- programming language -- prompt

Q[edit]

query

R[edit]

return -- restart -- retrieval service -- routine -- run -- runtime, run time, or runtime library

S[edit]

screen -- security filter -- security kernel -- SGML -- shell -- software -- source language -- source program -- stack -- statement -- string manipulation -- structured programming -- subroutine -- supervisory program -- switch -- symbolic language -- syntax -- system software

T[edit]

target language -- time-sharing -- trace program -- translator -- trusted computing base (TCB) -- trusted computer system (TCS)

U[edit]

underflow -- UNIX -- utility program

V[edit]

virus -- variable

W[edit]

wide character -- wildcard character -- word -- word processing

(Important Note: refer to the Federal Standard article for copyright-related issues, as not all parts of that source document are in the public domain)