garbage in garbage out






garbage in garbage out

incorrect or poor quality input inevitably produces faulty output

This expression is often abbreviated as GIGO. The phrase originated in the mid 20th century in the field of computing. But it can now have a more general application.

1987 - Washington Times - The computer rule
garbage in garbage out applies to the human mind just as much as it does to the computer.




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