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I've seen a few questions that are already answered, but an OP deleted the whole content and replaced it with dots or random letters (............. or fjsdifjsdifskd).
This is one of those questions (I rolled it back): php curl with website like this?

Should I rollback such a question, report to moderator or ignore it?

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Roll back, flag if the OP repeats the deletion. – Daniel Fischer Jul 29 '12 at 21:07
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If the OP defaced the question, rollback - no need to involve moderators at this time, as it could have been an honest mistake.

In the eventuality that the OP does this again, they have shown that this was not a mistake - rollback again and flag.

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You didn't get me. Question exists, but it's content is replaced with dots or random letters. Here's one of those that I've rolled back: click – Nikola K. Jul 29 '12 at 21:10
@NikolaK. - Ahh. You really should have posted that in your question to make it all clear. – Oded Jul 29 '12 at 21:11

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