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I recently posted Deconstructing Pokémon glitches? to Stack Overflow. I'm interested in learning the answer, and will probably start a very large bounty on the question soon. However, I want to ensure that I'm not just throwing reputation away in the case the question is closed as off-topic.

Is Stack Overflow a reasonable place to post this question, or is there another site where I should ask the question?

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SO seems reasonable for this question, IMO. – Michael Petrotta Jul 31 '11 at 2:39
Huh, I would have said that Programmers was a better place for it... – Chris Frederick Jul 31 '11 at 4:56
This is somewhat orthogonal to your question, but do note that a question with an active bounty cannot be closed. So you won't be throwing reputation away now that you've started the bounty. (Also, seems like a fair question to me. It's definitely programming-related, and is asking to solve a specific problem.) – Cody Gray Aug 1 '11 at 23:51

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