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The problem with numbers is that stack exchange is meant to be a WIKI style site. If the code gets updated and there are answers referencing those (arbitrary) line numbers then we may lose the referen …
answered Jan 19 '11 by Joe Phillips
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The odds of someone submitting a massive amount of code seems likely on this type of site. Whether or not this is permitted is the first hurdle. If it is permitted, then offloading the code to a paste …
asked Jan 19 '11 by Joe Phillips
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This QA site doesn't quite take the form that others do. Here, we have fairly specific questions. But I already see two Project Euler #1 questions that are similar. Are these duplicates?
asked Jan 19 '11 by Joe Phillips
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Two people crouched over a computer... silhouette style.
answered Jan 20 '11 by Joe Phillips
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How much code should I provide in my questions?
answered Jan 19 '11 by Joe Phillips