Nellie P, she was she has actually, really great question is better? Is it better to include all possible features into your patents? Or what if you decide not to include all the features once you make your prototype or go to manufacturing? In other words, if it includes is this included in your patent? Do you have to include it in your final product? That's a great question. You don't the patent is covers your legal rights on on your monopoly over the market. But just because you have the right to do something doesn't mean you're forced to produce it. So a patent doesn't require the owner of the patent to make the idea. A lot of inventors pursue the patent so that they can become the patent makes them a nuisance to a larger manufacturer, because now that they get the patent, this large manufacturer can't enter the market, because this little guy is in the way with a patent. So how do you get rid of the nuisance? You license the idea or you buy the little person out? And that's what a lot of inventors are looking for. They're not looking to go into business long term. They just want to cash out on their idea, sell the idea to somebody else, and then make money with it that way.
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