This number, from zero to four, shows how sure the compiler is
of the information.
0 indicates that he has not yet made up his mind about how convincing this source of information is.
1 indicates that there is a little evidence to support this fact but it is not too convincing.
2 indicates that this is probably a true fact. The compiler doesn't have any reason to doubt it but there is no other evidence that backs it up.
3 indicates that this is almost certainly a reliable source with factual information.
4 indicates that the compiler is as sure as he can be about this piece of information. There are multiple sources supporting this fact, or
he knows someone who was there, or he was there himself. He is convinced that it is true.
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