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Just noticed this question on Stackoverflow: Difference between “0” and “new int()” in C# . It is marked as duplicate and closed, but I can't see any link to the original question. Is there something wrong ?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

It's not a bug - it was written out by a suggested edit -

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ohh, never thought you could edit that out , thanks for the answer – Habib Feb 27 '13 at 11:46
Nng. At least one of the suggestion-approvers is on my personal blacklist... I would argue that it's very difficult to have 1000 approved and 0 rejected suggestions unless you skip all the ones you should reject. Which, of course, is feasible. Not to mention having stopped reviewing (with a few exceptions from last week) when they got the gold badge. – J. Steen Feb 27 '13 at 11:47
It should perhaps be noted that although the removal of the notice appears in the revisions, viewing the suggestion itself does not display that change. The suggestion was made to the post before Community added the dupe link, and its acceptance seems to have clobbered the notice. This still wasn't a great edit, but it wasn't malicious, and the reviewers wouldn't have known about the removal. @J.Steen – Josh Caswell Feb 27 '13 at 17:51
@JoshCaswell Yes, I saw that the suggestion didn't include the intentional removal of the banner, but I still would have rejected as too minor. – J. Steen Feb 27 '13 at 18:21

That post was edited and the duplicate notice was removed by the editor.

The other changes were not significant, so I rolled back.

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Thanks for rolling it back – Habib Feb 27 '13 at 11:49

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