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Sometimes I have a question on a specific class, piece of code, etc. I post the code, get some feedback and make changes as I see necessary. I then may add extra features to the code and it continues to evolve over time. Would it then be okay to ask a question on the same code base that has evolved based on feedback?

The question is basically: Is asking a question about a piece of code that has been changed based on a previous question wrong1?


1. wrong isn't quite the right word but I couldn't think of a better one.

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We allow this, and have called them iterative reviews. Here's the original meta post that asked if they're ok, and if you have any queries about the specifics then we have a tag on Meta for them: .

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