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miscode

[ mis-kohd ]
/ mɪsˈkoʊd /
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verb (used with object), mis·cod·ed, mis·cod·ing.
to code mistakenly, as in data processing.
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Origin of miscode

1960–65; mis-1 + code (v.)
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