Replying to LO29053 --
Is this what You're searching for:
I do not know from whom i borrowed this one:
- a wrong solution for the right problem is preferrable to a good
solution for the wrong problem.
If You're applying a wrong solution to the right problem, You will
probably notice so and innovate towards a better solution, thus solving
the right problem. When You apply a good solution for the wrong problem,
You end up with two problems: Your original one and a solution that will
not work, no matter what.
>Please help compile a register of system rules
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