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    Quote Originally Posted by adorshki View Post

    GIGO for "Garbage In Garbage Out"
    hey we use that term for quickbooks. garbage data in, garbage reporting out. :)

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    I use GIGO in my class! These kids think the Internet is all true!

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    GIGO dates at least back to 1957. Fairly common among software producers and decision makers.
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    What he said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post
    GIGO dates at least back to 1957. Fairly common among software producers and decision makers.
    And COBOL programmers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    And COBOL programmers!

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    I'll give them a break and acknowledge COBOL programmers as software producers :-)
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    What he said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post
    I'll give them a break and acknowledge COBOL programmers as software producers :-)
    It's a stretch. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazmo View Post
    It's a stretch. ;)
    Yeah, but since LTG sometimes allows the term "guitarist" to include those who play bass, I figured I'd err on the exclusive side :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post
    GIGO dates at least back to 1957. Fairly common among software producers and decision makers.
    Fortunately those 2 functions are still well segregated.
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    COBOL gets a "break"...... cool - I think I still have the leftovers of a Fortran set of control cards someplace..... (yeah I know I date myself again!)

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    I've sold COBOL coding sheets, punch cards, an early acoustic modem, and a few other gems on eBay. People collect the stuff, whereas I just want to forget about it...

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