Geoff Chappell - Software Analyst
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That said, I believe honestly that I have prepared all material here with at least as much care as could reasonably be expected even of commercial software or of commercial literature on programming. It is in the nature both of software development and of software analysis that there may be mistakes. If you discover a mistake and report it to me, then I shall respond at least as well as (and I hope much better than) any reputable software house would respond to news of a defect in a commercial product. However, you must understand now that although I am proud of my work, you should not think me liable for what you do with it.
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