the initial letter is uppercase, multiple-word variable names are run together, and each new word within the variable name begins with an uppercase letter. •A prompt is a message that is displayed on a monitor to ask the user for a response and perhaps explain how that response should be formatted. •Real numbers are floating-point numbers. •Right-associativity and right-to-left associativity describe operators that evaluate the expression to the right first. •Rules of precedence dictate the order in which operations in the same statement are carried out. •An rvalue is an operand to the right of an assignment operator. •A selection structure contains a decision in which the logic can break in one of two paths. •Self-documenting programs are those that contain meaningful data, method, and class names that describe their purposes. •A sequence structure contains steps that execute in order with no option of branching to skip or repeat any of the tasks. •A string constant (or literal string constant) is a specific group of characters enclosed within quotation marks. •A string variable can hold text that includes letters, digits, and special characters such as punctuation marks. •A structure is a basic unit of programming logic. •A temporary variable (or a work variable) is a working variable that you use to hold intermediate results during a program’s execution.