For example, I currently have this question: How can I get the value of a row in a column in SQLite 3 table with Tkinter Listbox widget?
I made a mistake in my question. I forgot to mention that: "Items on the listbox are arranged by their serial, the lowest number (1) being on top and highest number being on the bottom (4)." Just a simple statement that changes the whole question. So I have two answers which are both correct to what I originally (but incorrectly) asked. So I think have two options:
- Edit the question and wait till somebody answers that and then choose the correct answer.
- Choose a correct answer and ask the same question as a new question with the correction.
In both scenarios, I obviously will upvote both of them. Since they answered the question I asked.
Option 1, to me at least, feels like being an idiot, since both have the right answer to the wrong question. Option 2 to me feels like spamming, and more so when I only add one statement to the original question. I figured this is quite a normal scenario, but I couldn't find it on Meta.
Which would be the more appropriate course of action or is there some other option I am missing? It feels like the community is very direct, on point and strict about this sort of thing, so I want to make it clear for myself early on.