(noun) a really fun class agreed to students where you learn how to develop computer system programs. You find out how a pc works, and how to inform a pc to produce your life better. You also find out how code writers produce game titles. Much of the entire year is invested playing Warcraft III or Starcraft, in place of coding, as most of one's classmates have a vast knowledge of Java, C++ and HTML already and merely use the class as a break or as university credit. The AP test in computer research includes meaningless, non-applicable multiple-choice concerns that take into account 50% of one's score, whilst the other 50percent actually checks your knowledge of java, but composing prgrams that no body would use in the real world.