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Suppose, I submit a code for review, and some reviewers suggest some corrections. Suppose I then want to update my code and show it to the same reviewers.

How should I do it? Should I edit my previous question, or, should I ask a new question?

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marked as duplicate by janos, rolfl Jun 28 '15 at 12:04

This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

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When you've asked a question, had feedback, made changes, and are ready for another review,

You should post a new question with the updated code, but, link the original review, just for clarity.

For example, user @QPaysTaxes, has a trilogy of questions relating to a BF to Ruby converter,

And for each, they write a new question:

Number 1, Number 2 and Number 3.

Because your original code is different to the code adjusted with the review in mind, it's different code, meaning it deserves a different review.

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