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Cross-posting, in the strict sense of copy-pasting, is generally discouraged. However, if your question is based on a fundamental aspect and you want to post two substantially different variations that make them related but distinct, and are on-topic on different sites and the linked question adds relevance to the overall context, then I would choose choice ...


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The Stack Exchange Data Explorer might help; here is a query which returns the initial version of and the changes to the famous question Why is processing a sorted array faster than processing an unsorted array? It does return the Markdown of the body, not what's rendered. Also, SEDE is updated only once a week, on Sunday morning. Alternatively, you could ...


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I recommend never cross-posting a question by simply copy/pasting it from one site to another. If that is what you want to do, then I think you should delete it from the original site, and re-ask it as a new question on the new site. If you are not copy/pasting, and instead are writing a new question on a new site that in some way relates to a question that ...


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The First questions and answers queues will show up to the first three questions/answers for an individual user. A 2nd or 3rd question/answer will show up if the preceding questions/answers did not score positively (or were deleted/closed). In this case, since their first question scored 0, their second question was put into the queue as well.


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There are two figures per site for the number of questions there: the all-time number (22 million, in case of Stack Overflow) and the number of questions per day (5.6k). If you hover over the latter figure (which often reveals more information about a lot of things on Stack Exchange), you'll see what that means: it's the average over the last two weeks. To ...


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