You took that out of context. The whole sentence is, "Programs are physical as implemented in physical memory and digital logic, but the programming language only has meaning to human consciousness."
If I had known you just looking for a way twist my meaning for the sake of argument I would have said, "Programs are physical as implemented in physical memory and digital logic, but the programming language only has meaning to human consciousness, which meaning is not physical by psychological." I admit I made the mistake of believing you would know the difference between the physical and psychological (or epistemological).
If you knew what you were doing it is dishonest. But even if you were being disingenuous, I wouldn't call you on it but I would wonder if you knew the harm you were doing to yourself defending a view by that method--which of course is no defense.
I do not care if you agree with my view, and will answer sincere questions, but have no interest in debate.
I've already answered all your repeated questions as well as I can. If that is not good enough, then it's not good enough. The horse is dead.