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There's nothing wrong with answering questions that have already been answered, even if they have an accepted answer. When someone posts a question on this site, it's meant to be of use to both them and any current or future members of the site. That's why we will close questions that are too specific to the original poster - they provide no use to other ...


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As James correctly says in his comment, the person who asks the question is the only person who can select the correct answer. This is particularly a problem with ID questions for which a lot of people join the site to ask one question and don't stay long enough to learn the etiquette of the site. Your contribution to the site is however very welcome! ...


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I would definitely say that you should go ahead and provide your answer to the question if and only if your answer provides some new and/or indepth insight not already provided. There are several questions I've seen here and on other SE sites where new answers were provided several months or even years after an answer was accepted, and they added ...


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