The most up voted answer to this question is wrong, and I don't want other people to use it. I already commented, but since there are other comments, it's not apparent for someone quickly viewing the answer. Also, I found the correct solution on another forum. How can I accept a right answer when they are not just unhelpful but wrong?

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Why don't you post your own solution and accept that? –  Jack Jan 14 '13 at 22:11
Unrelated to your question, if I could make a suggestion, could you replace the image of your code with the actual code in a formatted block? That would really help if people were to search for this in the future, as well as with visually impaired users or others on slower connections. –  Brad Larson Jan 14 '13 at 22:18
@BradLarson I was trying to but the formatting got royally screwed up. I'll give it another shot and if I can't fix it I'll leave it as plain text, ok? –  Celeritas Jan 14 '13 at 22:21
@Celeritas - Cool, thanks. I'm surprised that gave you trouble, since I don't see anything out of the ordinary in that code. Sometimes code formatting can be a little finicky, though. –  Brad Larson Jan 14 '13 at 22:25
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up vote 3 down vote accepted

As well as posting and accepting your own answer as suggested by Jack, you could comment on and/or down-vote the incorrect answers.

Down-voting is the correct response for something that is incorrect.

One word of warning. Be careful if you decide to down-vote all the other answers. This could be seen as suspicious activity by some people.

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even with down voting the vote would be positive and it wouldn't be apparent that the information given is bad –  Celeritas Jan 14 '13 at 22:23
@Celeritas Which is why I suggested commenting. Also people do expand the vote total to see if there are any down-votes. –  ChrisF Jan 14 '13 at 22:24
@ChrisF - only if they have enough rep to see both up and downvotes... –  Chris Jan 15 '13 at 0:46
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