WHAT IS GIGO (GARBAGE IN GARBAGE OUT) | EXPLAIN GIGO

INTRODUCTION

WHAT IS GIGO (GARBAGE IN GARBAGE OUT) | EXPLAIN GIGO – As a subject develops, a characteristic language begins to take shape, and then a stack of new words is formed. This is exactly what has happened to computers.

From 1945 to the present day, the subject of computers has added hundreds of words to the English language.

WHAT IS GIGO (GARBAGE IN GARBAGE OUT) | EXPLAIN GIGO

The American method of shortening words, in particular, creates even more intriguing words. Gigo is a perfect example of that.

It is an acronym for Garbage in Garbage Out. ‘If the garbage goes in (that is, in the computer), it can be translated as meaning that the garbage comes out.

In English, we use the saying ‘pay as you please’! At the same time, we can use a new proverb for a computer that answers its questions as a program.

Logic is very important when writing a program. If there is a scam in it, then the answer to the computer question will be given by giving something better.

The instructions in the program are executed by the computer. It does not understand the logical errors in it.

Suppose the program is correct, But it is obvious that the answer will not be correct even if the data is given incorrectly while storing it.

There is nothing wrong with the computer. The fault lies with the computer user!

That’s why GIGO is a catchy word in the sense that the wrong program means that the wrong answers will go to the computer.

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