Slightly, in a score

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POCO.

Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – July 03 2019 – Dropping Off

Random information on the term “POCO”:

In computer science and object-oriented programming, a passive data structure (PDS, also termed a plain old data structure, or plain old data, POD), is a term for a record, to contrast with objects. It is a data structure that is represented only as passive collections of field values (instance variables), without using object-oriented features.

Passive data structures are appropriate when there is a part of a system where it should be clearly indicated that the detailed logic for data manipulation and integrity are elsewhere. PDSs are often found at the boundaries of a system, where information is being moved to and from other systems or persistent storage and the problem domain logic that is found in other parts of the system is irrelevant. For example, PDS would be convenient for representing the field values of objects that are being constructed from external data, in a part of the system where the semantic checks and interpretations needed for valid objects are not applied yet.

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