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What is StackOverflow's definition of duplicate question?
I noticed that there are many questions marked as duplicate just because its have the same answer. But the question with same answer doesn't always means that the question is also the same right?
Lets say I have two questions, for example:
"Who is the richest man in the world?"
"Who is the founder of Microsoft?"
We all know that these questions (may) point to the same answer. But as we can see, the questions is totally different. So, is this considered as duplicate too?
Example of ambiguously "duplicate" question: Why do == comparisons with Integer.valueOf(String) give different results for 127 and 128? (has been re-open)