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While there currently appears to be nothing in the rules against this practice, I would recommend making separate posts. Some reviewers may only be familiar one language though others may be familiar with multiple. The biggest advantage I see to separate posts is that there is a potential for more reputation and badges, which opens the door to more ...


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On-topic, discouraged Posting solutions to the same programming challenge in multiple languages in one question is discouraged. Posting multiple solutions is not off-topic, whether it be in one or more posts. As such the discouragement is unlikely to be accompanied by a slap on the wrist - closure, downvotes, comments. Note: It is encouraged to leave some ...


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I don't know the policy well enough to say whether it explicitly prohibits this, but my opinion is: If the fundamental question is solid enough, then I wouldn't recommend closure - we already have a large-enough closure rate, and I wouldn't advocate yet one more reason to push well-meaning users away. Instead, I would offer the advice to the OP that there ...


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