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I'm afraid you'll need to spend some more time debugging your application to figure out where the problem is. Questions asking us to find a needle in a haystack generally don't fare well. They get downvoted and are often closed. Some sites (or more specifically tags within those sites) duplicate such questions to general "how do I debug my application&...


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Don't give up easily! Search and read the search results and search again and document your research, so that when that last choice of asking a new question comes you can demonstrate your research. In particular, if you are worried that your topic of interest is hidden by more popular but less specific sites, add more specific keywords (like programming ...


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Ask on the site's per-site Meta, or, if your question is about the Stack Exchange network itself, right here. Tag your question discussion and asking-questions, if possible. One of the major functions of Metas is to help users formulate questions and answers. Most people who participate in a Meta on a regular basis understand the subject matter of the main ...


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