obfuscate


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obfuscate

To make unclear or to confuse. See obfuscator and email obfuscator.
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Prima facie it appears that the designated authorities and investigating agencies were/ are deliberately, intentionally and willfully trying to obfuscate truth from coming out in the open to shield high profile persons of the state, including the chief minister," wrote Digvijaya in his 14- page letter.
Hence, we proposed a trust based obfuscation mechanism to obfuscate preferences prior submission to super-peers.
All questions related to the recently announced OBFUSCATE trial were deferred until a later date by company spokesmen.
Invalid Use of Null: Let's say the obfuscator detects that the program to obfuscate makes intensive use of objects that are instances of a class named CACIC and a method named Share().
I KNEW that word obfuscate had come from the X-Files.
financial institutions will expand, a move that would further obfuscate financial markets, dealers said.
Maister is usually acknowledged as the guy who distilled down the four popular ways of helping the waiting process: animate, discriminate, automate and obfuscate.
That, if Barber wants to establish journalistic credibility, he should lie or obfuscate.
I dwell on this density because not only does such writing obfuscate and distance us from what Rice wants to say, but it tends also to dehumanize the lives and sufferings and achievements of his subjects--African slaves and their descendants.
Of course, economic issues are not always the cause of an artist's work turning stale, but they can certainly confuse direction and obfuscate new paths to pursue.
But sometimes, the companies are their own worst enemies and obfuscate or lie when the truth would better serve.