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The verb kibitz can also refer to idle chatting or side conversations.
In computer science the term is the title of a programming language released by NIST, as a sub-project of the Expect programming language, that allows two users to share one shell session, taking turns typing one after another.
- "kibitz". Wiktionary. Wikimedia. 25 January 2016. Retrieved 2 February 2016.
- kibitz man page from expect.sourceforge.net
- The Kibitzer (1930)
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