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The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?Must askers be able to answer their own question?

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, thisThis question had been asked before:

, but may be easier to find than the most directly relevant previous question, Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question. .

After reading more questions linkedThere are also relevant answers in the question/comment section:

The answerBasis for Voting to Close to the Basis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

Anand answerWhat details should always be given for a code golf task? to the What details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


In conclusion: (note that some of those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.

(can someone take a look at the edit section below?)


It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

After reading more questions linked in the question/comment section:

The answer to the Basis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

An answer to the What details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


In conclusion: (note that some of those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?


This question had been asked before, but may be easier to find than the most directly relevant previous question, Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement.

There are also relevant answers in Basis for Voting to Close and What details should always be given for a code golf task?

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(can someone take a look at the edit section below?)


It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

After reading more questions linked in the question/comment section:

The answer to the Basis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

An answer to the What details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


In conclusion: (note that some of those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.

It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

After reading more questions linked in the question/comment section:

The answer to the Basis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

An answer to the What details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


In conclusion: (note that some of those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.

(can someone take a look at the edit section below?)


It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

After reading more questions linked in the question/comment section:

The answer to the Basis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

An answer to the What details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


In conclusion: (note that some of those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.
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It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?


 

EDIT:

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

(I can't edit duplicate list) Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

Now thatAfter reading more questions linked in the situation has changed, we have new tags andquestion/comment section:

The answer to the (and no longerBasis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

An , so I'd likeanswer to see some answers on the otherWhat details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


(Edit In conclusion: I really want to see(note that some answers on the other questionof those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.

It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?


 

EDIT:

As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

(I can't edit duplicate list)

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

(Edit: I really want to see some answers on the other question)

It might be useful to keep the question undeleted. That way it serves as a way to more easily find the question it is a dupe of. - Heeby Jeeby Man

The question is all in the title:

Must askers be able to answer their own question?

This question tries to close some off-topic'ish questions on the main site that no vote-to-close criteria currently applies.

Specifically, this one.


As PeterTaylor pointed out below, this question had been asked before:

Ability to Solve Own Challenge as a Requirement

If you have a difficult, but interesting challenge that you can't solve yourself, that does not mean that you should not post it.

Now that the situation has changed, we have new tags and (and no longer , so I'd like to see some answers on the other question.

After reading more questions linked in the question/comment section:

The answer to the Basis for Voting to Close question.

I've felt that that smelled of "solve my problem for me" from the very beginning. We generally expect users posting challenges to be able to solve the challenge themselves.

An answer to the What details should always be given for a code golf task? question.

You, the asker, should be able to answer the code-golf problem (even if it's not optimal), to show that it is not a homework problem.


In conclusion: (note that some of those questions/answers are quite old, community rules may have changed meanwhile)

  • Askers don't need to be able to answer their own question.
  • If we think that the question is the OP's homework, it's easy enough, and the community doesn't like it, we can close it as "general programming problems" even if it's not explicitly general programming problem.

Note:

  • If you disagree with this, go answer the linked questions. This question is already closed.
  • If I misunderstood something, comment below.
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