I often see the term stale used to refer to data that is out of date, and fresh to describe data that is up to date. Both of those make sense to me.
But what do you call data that is not yet fresh, and has never been fresh?
The situation that made me ask this question is I’m working on an application that uses an ORM, and there’s an operation that fails if performed on an entity that’s never been flushed to the database. I wasn’t sure what to call the entity in that state.
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