garbage-in-garbage-outThe information that comes out of the computer is only as good as the information you put into it. In other words, useful output requires accurate input. If you meant to type a 7, but actually typed a 76, don’t blame the computer when the results are wrong. Computer people have a name for this: GIGO, which stand for Garbage In, Garbage Out.

~ From the book “Understanding the Personal Computer”

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