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Stackoverflow: Should I answer my own question, or not?

How could I add a reply on my own question? Like in the most other forums?

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF, Ether, Ladybug Killer, fretje, Greg Hewgill Jan 3 '10 at 22:37

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Duplicate -… (plus others) – ChrisF Jan 3 '10 at 18:36
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Simply by adding a reply, just like you would for any other question. It doesn't work any differently if you asked the original question.

However, SO is not a forum: it's a question and answer site. Unless you are actually providing a real answer, you should probably edit your question instead. See

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StackOverflow is not a forum.

Edit Your Question to Add More Information, or simply add a comment to your own question.

If you have an answer to your question, you can go to the bottom of the page and click on the "Answer Your Question" (or something to that regard) button, and you will be able to post an answer to your question.

And while you are at it, read the FAQ

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