How come I have to wait two days to answer my own question? That doesn't make sense. If anyone figures out the answer to their own question, it is best resolved by THEIR OWN ANSWER. It seems like that should shoot to the top of the stack, rather than wait down below... I would prepend that the best way to thread an answer is take whatever seems like the first applicable solution and than judging it based on it's ratings... not denying a users self solution for two days. That solution should be posted and than judged! No one (essentially) is going to bother judging an unconfirmed solution.
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I am confused! You are saying that you can figure it out in two days. If you are so confident in figuring it out then why to ask it? Some times you do find solution in less than two days but you don't expect it to be solved so easily so you should wait for two days. If the time limit will be removed than this site will loose its charm. It will be more like a quiz. Questioner will ask question and will give the answer. So its good to have such restrictions.