bugginess


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Words related to bugginess

the state of having bugs

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Odds are that you may be able to sue a commercial organization for the bugginess of their software package, but make sure you read the fine print on the EULA (End User License Agreement) which dissolves all liability from the vendor and places blame for nearly everything back to the user of the system.
intrinsic bugginess is an emergent property of its complexity and has
Not to realize, early in childhood, that other people perceive a slight, unmistakable bugginess about you, which you find horrifying but they claim to find unremarkable?
He wisely points out the bugginess and quirkiness of the implementation of style sheets in different versions of the browsers, and the lack of implementation at all in older browsers.
His dry-fly selections follow this precept: "A successful searching dry fly is bold in three aspects: floatation, visibility to the angler, and bugginess in the eyes of the trout.