In What is the meaning of <==> in Ruby, someone asked the sixth Spaceship operator question in Ruby, which is an exact duplicate of Ruby spaceship operator <=>. It's so blatantly a duplicate, that there's four questions in "Related" that have
<=> in them.
Yet a 10K user answered the question without voting to close it, or even noting it's a duplicate. And got 11 upvotes for his troubles.
Is this appropriate behaviour?
- The answerer has 10K, so he must know about the rules on exact duplicates by now.
- The related questions listed
<=>three times, so you could see it's an exact duplicate without doing a single click.