The StackOverflow question: How do you do a SQL style 'IN' statement in LINQ to Entities (Entity Framework) if Contains isn't supported?
I am not the author of the accepted answer so I didn't want to update without feeling it was the right thing to do. I simply commented that information on the subject has been updated.
Is it acceptable to edit an answer with new/updated information? Or should we just leave a comment? Is a comment enough to maintain relevance?