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I have a doubt to be clarified by the readers of this piece. I keep posting and will keep posting, I hope, new topics regularly; these topics are my own creations and may not be found elsewhere so the official answers and explanations reflect my own perception. (I may be even wrong at times)

In this scenario, I normally do not publish the OA along with the original posting and wait for at least for four or five answers to generate but see to it that I finish the thread by posting the OA in one of the replies sometime later. Revealing the answers along with the topic, simply takes the charm out, IMO

Should I really continue what I do or should I give the answer along with? Friends please guide.
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17 Oct 2010, 05:42

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17 Oct 2010, 06:02
Absolutely yes. Keep up the good work.

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