It seems so far as a testimony of the objective that this forum is of better quality in technical scripting terms than others I've used. Stands to reason. I'm reminded of a comment made by an engineer at Intel about conputing errors. He said that most computer errors are not hardware malfunction, but programmer and writer errors in scripting assembly language for the processors to run. Very rarely do hardware components source out to be the culprit of errors. These machines in most cases will process anything that runs on it, whether it is true in the cultural sense or not. One has to violate the mathematical rules it recognizes in order to make it choke, not just tell it that white is black and vice versa. In short, when programmers script for machine language, they are feeding it binary logic which is a budgetary equation translated into intelligible output. Yes, you can make a computer lie to another human, but a human will have trouble convincing a machine that it not correct.