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Is there a way to cancel/close/delete a question I asked? There has been situations where I found a solution for my question, which actually makes the question insignificant. Not because I found the answer, but as I'd thought the problem was something else, and there's no point in that question anymore. I can't even seem to negative vote my own question.. So, is there something I can do?

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Maybe it would be better posting an answer to your question explaining the reasons why the question was "wrong" thus helping other people how have the same question. – Gordon May 5 '10 at 12:17

Each question has a delete link at the bottom. There next to the edit, close and some other links. Just click it. Sometimes a question isn't eligible for deleting, because it contains voted answers. You may want to try to flag for moderator attention then.

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