# Should you edit other people's answer with lower byte counts? [duplicate]

I've often come across answers like this:

# Python3, 40 bytes

i=0
while i>10:
i+=1
print(str(i))


When you could golf it down to

# Python3, 33 bytes

for i in range(10): print(str(i))


Should you edit it, or leave it how it is and leave a helpful comment?