Study Shows Carriers Often Over- and Undercharge for Data
Top message: And? by whatwhatjbdo
Replying to: Re: That is one of the worst analogy's ever by T Bone
Re: That is one of the worst analogy's ever
T Bone said:
It's not the same no, he's not saying that it is exactly the same, he's saying that when you're counting massive amounts of 'stuff' that it is unreasonable to expect that the count will be 100% accurate and that a certain margin of error is expected...and he's right about that...
That's how I read it. Though, I agree that the analogy is still poor because when it comes to computers doing what they should be doing (computating) these errors should not exist. It simply means that the software (or hardware's firmware) has bugs and it needs to be fixed.
- Re: That is one of the worst analogy's ever by T Bone