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In reference to a new user asking his/her own quesitonquestion:

They can edit the original question and add an additional information section. I try and leave a comment to the OP that this would be a better solution then adding an "answer".

The low rep OP can leave comments on their own questions, just not other people's questions.

In reference to a new user answering other questions:

It only takes 50 reputation points to comment. You are given the privilege of commenting once you have been on the site for some time and learned some of the rules and procedures.

In reference to a new user asking his own quesiton:

They can edit the original question and add an additional information section. I try and leave a comment to the OP that this would be a better solution then adding an "answer".

The low rep OP can leave comments on their own questions, just not other people's questions.

In reference to a new user answering other questions:

It only takes 50 reputation points to comment. You are given the privilege of commenting once you have been on the site for some time and learned some of the rules and procedures.

In reference to a new user asking his/her own question:

They can edit the original question and add an additional information section. I try and leave a comment to the OP that this would be a better solution then adding an "answer".

The low rep OP can leave comments on their own questions, just not other people's questions.

In reference to a new user answering other questions:

It only takes 50 reputation points to comment. You are given the privilege of commenting once you have been on the site for some time and learned some of the rules and procedures.

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In reference to a new user asking his own quesiton:

They can edit the original question and add an additional information section. I try and leave a comment to the OP that this would be a better solution then adding an "answer".

The low rep OP can leave comments on their own questions, just not other people's questions.

In reference to a new user answering other questions:

It only takes 50 reputation points to comment. You are given the privilege of commenting once you have been on the site for some time and learned some of the rules and procedures.