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It somewhat pains me to do this, but as it stands, the question needs to be rolled back. So that's also what I did. As MartinR observed in the comments to your inquiry here, answers to off-topic questions do not trigger answer-invalidation concerns. But since the question was on-topic when you answered it, this is a case of invalidation and needs to be ...


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A rollback is a dangerous option and should always be considered carefully. And yes, I've screwed this up myself at least once, so don't beat-up yourself too much about it either. The entire point of a rollback is to prevent a question and answer being out-of-sync. So, a rollback causing this, is not a good situation. Does the question need to be rolled ...


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