-- for a correct answer? I don't think so. I have --'d for
rude answers, but that's different. On the other hand, I
respect an answer more, that shows the journey as well as the
Update: To expand on my first point,
if a newbie sees an answer that is correct with a low or
even a negative rep, that may steer them wrong.
you don't like an answer due to it's brevity, write a node
that explains the concept, but to -- a node just because
they didn't show their work is wrong IMO.
That said, I think it's a good idea for people
to explain their answers.
this update brought to by a /msg comment
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