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This would've been better as a comment. Code edits in questions are almost always rejected unless they're discussed in the comments first. Reviewers in the edit queue won't know all languages and won't know all the details of a post. So you may well have been right, but you can't expect the reviewer to know that. If code in a question seems flawed, the ...


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When you post to Code Review, there's always an implicit question: How can my code be improved? If you have specific aspects that you would like to be improved, then you can mention them in the question - as many as you like. Reviewers are always free to comment on anything they find in the code, even if you haven't drawn attention to it like that. If ...


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