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What's the best way to post a tutorial on SO?

I have a particular learning regarding a topic in iOS which I would like to share.

Since it is not a question, I was wondering on how to post it on StackOverflow?
Should I post it as a regular question? Or is there another way to do so?

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marked as duplicate by Bill the Lizard Feb 17 '12 at 19:40

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Imagine a question where your article would be the perfect answer. Ask the question and answer it.… – Matthias Bauch Feb 17 '12 at 18:51
When you say learning, do you mean something like a tutorial or guide? See:… – Brandon Feb 17 '12 at 18:52
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I'm not sure what you mean by a "learning," but in general: if it's not a question, you should not post it as a question. If it answers someone else's question, you could post it as an answer to that question.

If you just have some information you'd like to share, your personal blog or website would probably be an appropriate place, but that sort of post doesn't really fit anywhere on Stack Overflow.

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Thank you...... – Roshit Feb 17 '12 at 19:58

Stack Overflow isn't a blog - it's a Q&A system. If you have something that doesn't fit that then chat is probably the most appropriate place to discuss it.

Alternatively if it's a useful problem and you can make it into a good question which you also happen give a good answer to yourself then that's fine.

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Thank you....... – Roshit Feb 17 '12 at 19:58

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