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Questions that may not necessarily have a clear-cut right or wrong answer and are often subjective. If your question isn't a bug report, feature request, or request for assistance, or question with a concrete answer, it's probably a discussion.

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Related to: Is tagging a question [excel-vba] preferable to tagging it [excel] [vba]? I have notices that people are increasingly tagging questions access-vba, excel-vba and so forth. A lot of VBA wo …
asked Nov 16 '10 by Remou
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The new editing seems to have led to savage cuts being accepted, for example: UTF-8 Encoding size The links have been restored since, but as can be seen from the history, at one stage the post was r …
asked Feb 3 '11 by Remou
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Jet is defined as (excerpt) : Jet is the SQL database engine used by Microsoft Windows. It is also used by Microsoft Access; Jet databases are more commonly known as "Access databases". Unfortunat …
asked Aug 7 '12 by Remou
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I notice that the tag mdb has become a problem as it refers to both JBoss Message Driven Bean (as far as I can tell) and MS-Access. I am tempted to remove all mdb tags and replace them with, say, JBos …
asked Dec 16 '09 by Remou
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ETL Man has given etl-tools as his website, and as far as I can see all his answers recommend etl-tools. Is this an acceptable level of advertising, and if not, what is the best approach?
asked Feb 2 '11 by Remou
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Jon Skeet has a probability greater than 1.
answered Nov 21 '08 by Remou
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I have just rejected an otherwise good edit because one word, in my opinion, went too far -'half-way' was changed to 'half-baked' - a comment may have been just the thing, but what do others suggest? …
asked Feb 12 '11 by Remou
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In this edit https://stackoverflow.com/posts/686163/revisions, the only difference I can see is <!-- language: vb --> Which adds 25 characters, if you include the addition of a new line. The edit …
asked Aug 3 '12 by Remou
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There is a possible problem where there are two hotly disputed answers (eg natural vs surrogate keys). To avoid such disputes occurring in a single post, I feel edits should only offer minor expansion …
answered Sep 14 '08 by Remou
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I have just noticed that there are several ctrl [space] key tags, for example, ctrl m, ctrl c, ctrl alt del. I further notice that ctrl-c and ctrl-v have been mapped to copy-paste. In addition, the m …
asked Feb 25 '11 by Remou
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Duplicate questions are discouraged, but an answer that was up-to-the minute last year may be fairly tired this year, so to encourage people to keep answers up-to-date, particularly the more highly vo …
asked Feb 10 '11 by Remou
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Can anyone think of a solution to the problem of the, to me, general tag sql being adopted by the specific sql-server (which also has sql-server-2005, tsql, and sql-server-2008) ? Here is an example. …
asked Dec 29 '10 by Remou
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Another use for the JET tag has just come to my attention, as noted below. I am tempted to use either [android-jet] or [jet-audio] for the latest manifestation. Edit: I have assigned jet-audio as a h …
asked Mar 13 '13 by Remou
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I have previously flagged questions as "not an answer" when "not a real answer to this question" would have been more accurate and have been told, rightly I thought later, that the proper response was …
asked Mar 28 '13 by Remou
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Reviewing suggested edits, I see a button with the following wording: Approve Edit(1) And, having checked reasonably slowly, I click it, which gives me: This edit was already approved. Does this m …
asked Feb 9 '11 by Remou

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