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In the early 1960s, when tax agencies began to make extensive use of computers, a numerical entry containing an all-too-human error, such as a misplaced decimal point, could lead to a near meltdown on the machine’s part. Computer programmers referred to this by the phrase “garbage in, garbage out”. It’s now mostly used to refer to sloppy code that leads to malfunctions.
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