Hi Everyone, I am a relatively new user in Stack Overflow. Using the website, I have noticed that some people generally give an answer to your question within minutes, no matter how complex it is . In several cases, I have also found the answer to be inaccurate and lacking in detail. I think Stack Overflow should discourage such activities by allowing the asker to award negative points to the first answerer if his answer is REALLY inaccurate.
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Expose to fresh air for 10-15 minutes. Keep dry.
No, you're on the wrong end here. Stackoverflow is the strongest gathering of subject experts that have ever been collected at one site. Easily by a factor of 5 from what's done before.
Possibly the real problem is that the questioner didn't formulate his question really well. That's a common problem, it's difficult to ask a good question when it is vetted by so much talent and expertise. But do not ever hesitate to post your interpretation of the Real Question, the OP will be thankful for having your insight. It actually does take somebody that thinks like the questioner to see the real question being asked. Experts can be powerless at times like that.