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These two questions: q1, q2 appear to be duplicates. In my opinion, the newer question is better than the older one. How should we handle cases like this?
How to handle duplicates
One of them should be closed, and point to the other one. I don't see that it matters which; both can be searched for, and both lead to the answers. We're not deleting the newer question (I hope), and it remains perfectly searchable.