I get the impressions that a reasonable proportion of newbie
questions here have already been asked. In such cases, I
think it's best to politely direct the poster towards
Super Search and
one or more threads where the same issue has already been
discussed. There's no need to discuss the issue again -
indeed doing so will mean users who fail to associate both
threads with each other will miss out on potentially useful
Considering my own posts, I guess other monks must agree
with me. Several of my highest ranked nodes are very basic
I found this useful information using Super Search,
such as Re: need both from system-call.
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