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Welcome. --DavidCary 08:19, 10 July 2008 (PDT)

the best[edit]

While making a recent edit[1], you comment "How are they all the best?".

I agree that it doesn't seem possible that each and every one is "the best".

On the other hand, it would be technically incorrect to say that only one of them is "the best" -- for any two of them, one has some feature that makes it better in one way, while the other has some other feature that makes it better in another way.

That may be why the page clearly states "Somebody always thinks their microcontroller is the best microcontroller, so we have listed all of them as best."

Would it be better to point out the specific feature that each one has that makes it "the best", at least in that one way?

--DavidCary 20:27, 2 August 2008 (PDT)

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