Yep, that's just why I voted 'keep' on the consideration to remove Push onto arrays in a hash?
from the frontpage. It may be "a simple question" that "has been answered just a couple of days ago", but I figure that is exactly why it should
be there. The 'gates
is where newcomers make first contact. If this is a question that came up multiple times recently, why not put it on the frontpage so that maybe the next bunch of newcomers that might have the same question will step on it first thing?
Makeshifts last the longest.
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