> On Fri, 12 Jan 2001, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> > It works perfectly and exactly as it is defined to work by the rules.
> > Getting the rules correct == 'the concept of "working"'.
> Don't be silly.
> You're entirely ignoring the concept of hardware bugs. Which is one very
> likely reason for this whole discussion in the first place.
First you get the access correct and assume no bugs, round one.
After this is fixed, then you address the "hardware bugs" by execption
rules and not the basic premis, the endless round.
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