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A user with low reputation posted a question on Game Development. He then found a solution himself, and edited his answer into the question. When suggested to not do that, and instead post the answer as a real answer, he say he couldn't due to his reputation and quoted the following error message:
Users with less than 10 reputation can't answer their own question for 8 hours after asking. You can answer 2/2/2014 12:33:45 AM. Until then please use comments, or edit your question instead.
This wording seems to convey the entirely wrong message: that it is acceptable to use comments or edits as replacements for answers when (for whatever reason) you are not allowed to post answers yet.
Ignoring the issue of the restriction on low-reputation self-answers (discussed elsewhere), why is this error message presented this way? It seems to suggest exactly the opposite behavior we want out of StackExchange. Further, the wording doesn't seem to actively discourage the posting of comments as answers, which is apparently the reason this reputation limit exists at all (per the above-linked meta topic).
Can this wording be adjusted to include more accurate guidance, such as "If you have follow-up information, please edit your post or use comments. If you have found an answer to your question, please wait until X and post the answer then," or something along those lines?