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What is a “closed” question?

If one of my questions were closed by somebody but I feel one of the answers were useful, can I still accept it?

Also, can any answer to a closed question be voted upon?

marked as duplicate by Pops, Michael Mrozek, Jon Seigel, Cody Gray, Lance Roberts May 20 '11 at 3:55

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  • @Pop, I'll cast the final close vote, but wonder when the Team will figure out that Search is really important. Especially the related question search when you're typing in a question. – Lance Roberts May 20 '11 at 3:55
  • @Lance, okay...? Not sure why you're notifying me, I don't remember ever saying that search is unimportant. – Pops May 20 '11 at 5:42
  • @Pop, because you cast the first close vote, linking to a question that better searching might have found. I also question the whole concept of closing as a duplicate of a FAQ question, but that's another issue. – Lance Roberts May 20 '11 at 5:44

Yes, you can still accept it, and answers can still be voted on by everyone. Other users can also vote on your question.

Only locking prevents these actions.

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