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Originally Posted by Tallest Skil View Post

 

The act of being able to patent a hardware or software feature is valid. The existence of enough prior art makes that one invalid.

 

Were it the first instance thereof, of course it could be patented.

 

Therefor, it was incorrectly patented. Thank you for acknowledging that I was right.

 

Also... software patents aren't legal in most countries.