Definitions for ill behaved
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badly behaved, having bad behaviour
The New Hacker's Dictionary
1. [numerical analysis] Said of an algorithm or computational method that tends to blow up because of accumulated roundoff error or poor convergence properties. 2. [obs.] Software that bypasses the defined OS interfaces to do things (like screen, keyboard, and disk I/O) itself, often in a way that depends on the hardware of the machine it is running on or which is nonportable or incompatible with other pieces of software. In the MS-DOS world, there was a folk theorem (nearly true) to the effect that (owing to gross inadequacies and performance penalties in the OS interface) all interesting applications were ill-behaved. See also bare metal. Oppose well-behaved. See also mess-dos. 3. In modern usage, a program is called ill-behaved if it uses interfaces to the OS or other programs that are private, undocumented, or grossly non-portable. Another way to be ill-behaved is to use headers or files that are theoretically private to another application.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There is so much of good in the worst of us, so much of bad in the best of us, that it is ill behaved of many of us, to talk ill about the rest of us. If only we learn to appreciate all, we will be thereby motivating all to transform and MickeyMize lives. Share to have a world of appreciation and HEAL THE WORLD.
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