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Why Isn’t There a Way to Consolidate Answers?

I think a question can have more than one accepted answer.

Question exampled: what are the advantages of WPF?

Someone posts 3 advantages and another posts another 3 advantages and all 6 are good points.

Which one are you going to choose? Choose the first? Choosing one implies the other answer wasn't good or wasn't good enough which isn't the case.

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marked as duplicate by random, BinaryMisfit Sep 11 '09 at 7:30

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

    
To the question, link it! – random Sep 11 '09 at 6:16
    
Possible duplicate: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/17257/… – malach Sep 11 '09 at 6:21
    
It will lead you here: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/6914/… – malach Sep 11 '09 at 6:23
    
And here: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2786/… – malach Sep 11 '09 at 6:23
    
Dupes all the way down! – random Sep 11 '09 at 6:25
    
I thought was a dupe too at first. I was right. – Troggy Sep 11 '09 at 6:45

That is one use of a community wiki to handle things that do not have a set defined answer. Or someone needs to combine/edit the good answers into one nice one if the parties involved play nicely and proper credit is given. Got a link to the question... in question?

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