10.15. GlossaryΒΆ
 vector:
A named collection of values, where all the values have the same type, and each value is identified by an index.
 element:
One of the values in a vector. The
[]
operator selects elements of a vector. index:
An integer variable or value used to indicate an element of a vector.
 constructor:
A special function that creates a new object and initializes its instance variables.
 deterministic:
A program that does the same thing every time it is run.
 pseudorandom:
A sequence of numbers that appear to be random, but which are actually the product of a deterministic computation.
 seed:
A value used to initialize a random number sequence. Using the same seed should yield the same sequence of values.
 bottomup design:
A method of program development that starts by writing small, useful functions and then assembling them into larger solutions.
 histogram:
A vector of integers where each integer counts the number of values that fall into a certain range.

Q1: Match the vocabulary word with its definition.
Try again!
 vector
 A named collection of values, where all the values have the same type, and each value is identified by an index.
 element
 One of the values in a vector.
 index
 An integer variable or value used to indicate an element of a vector.

Q2: Match the vocabulary word with its definition.
 constructor
 A special function that creates a new object and initializes its instance variables.
 pseudorandom
 A sequence of numbers that appear to be random, but which are actually the product of a deterministic computation.
 seed
 A value used to initialize a random number sequence.

Q3: Match the vocabulary word with its definition.
Try again!
 deterministic
 A program that does the same thing every time it is run.
 bottomup design
 A method of program development that starts by writing small, useful functions and then assembling them into larger solutions.
 histogram
 A vector of integers where each integer counts the number of values that fall into a certain range.