You can't really see how those questions were imprecise? Would you really be happy if people replied yes/no, withouth actually KNOWING what you're asking for?
An answer for question if a DAW is for "computer programmer" should obviously be a "no", because they're for music producers and/or engineers, so naturally all of us wanted to get to the bottom of this, by asking what you mean exaclty by that.
Similarly, asking for "precise automation" is broad, because for example people like Admiral Bumblebee conduct tests of how automation of effects is actually reflected in processing of sound for different DAWs, so for all I knew you could've been asking about that! That's why my 1st reply was:
But since I knew you used Reason and I know that DAW, I followed with:
So again, you're using broad and imprecise terms and when I/we try to narrow the topic down you get defensive.
If you're looking to precisely control oscillator pitch via automation just f***ing SAY it, ideally also mentioning a DAW and synth(s) you're using. How hard can it be.
Instead we get "if X/Y is for computer programmers"
Having said all the above, it's not just you who do that. I recently left Facebook because DAW groups are ALL like that - people ask questions assuming that everyone else sits in their head & know exactly what they do, what's their setup & worklfow and what they want to achieve. And it takes several hours - or days, because obviously those people rarely reply... - to get to the essence of the actual question.