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I think that having several similar answers is an annoying distraction. I'd have more value from my time (and my patience) if there are 5 answers than if there are 15 posts with only 3 actually different solutions.

If my post has something no other has, I keep it as is. Most text already appears in a previous post, but my answer makes sense if read alone. If there's nothing new, I delete it quickly so I don't clutter the discussion. It means I respect the time of readers and the efforts of contributors.

Those were my two cents.

Oh, and upmoddingupvoting and downmoddingdownvoting probably helps too, I'm just not too sure how.

I think that having several similar answers is an annoying distraction. I'd have more value from my time (and my patience) if there are 5 answers than if there are 15 posts with only 3 actually different solutions.

If my post has something no other has, I keep it as is. Most text already appears in a previous post, but my answer makes sense if read alone. If there's nothing new, I delete it quickly so I don't clutter the discussion. It means I respect the time of readers and the efforts of contributors.

Those were my two cents.

Oh, and upmodding and downmodding probably helps too, I'm just not too sure how.

I think that having several similar answers is an annoying distraction. I'd have more value from my time (and my patience) if there are 5 answers than if there are 15 posts with only 3 actually different solutions.

If my post has something no other has, I keep it as is. Most text already appears in a previous post, but my answer makes sense if read alone. If there's nothing new, I delete it quickly so I don't clutter the discussion. It means I respect the time of readers and the efforts of contributors.

Those were my two cents.

Oh, and upvoting and downvoting probably helps too, I'm just not too sure how.

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I think that having several similar answers is an annoying distraction. I'd have more value from my time (and my patience) if there are 5 answers than if there are 15 posts with only 3 actually different solutions.

If my post has something no other has, I keep it as is. Most text already appears in a previous post, but my answer makes sense if read alone. If there's nothing new, I delete it quickly so I don't clutter the discussion. It means I respect the time of readers and the efforts of contributors.

Those were my two cents.

Oh, and upmodding and downmodding probably helps too, I'm just not too sure how.