I just posted a beginner question son Stack Overflow Python why would you use [:] over =
I got three one line answers to my questions with in 30 sec (Great job!) but I can't accept a answer for 10 mins (understandable).
I watched the question over the next few mins and saw that I got a total of 6 one line answers followed by many consecutive edits on the one line answers. The user edited their answers expanding on the original answer adding more details, code examples, and updating their answers with extra bits of information from each others answers.
For example about the 3 mins mark one user updated their answers to include a note that this was very important for lists. When he updated his answer, the following min all of the other answers also got updated with this tidbit.
Out of curiosity I was wondering how many edits does a normal answer get?