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As another sample of this category of questions, I could use some advice on this questionthis question as I don't trust my own objectivity. I asked the question, and an answer was provided. Even though the answer pretty much duplicated code I already had, it did get me looking for "featured images" which made everything that followed possible. There was a ~2 hour delay between asking the question, and posting the solution.

So, what would you do? Mark my final code summary as the accepted answer? Vote to close? Leave it alone?

This doesn't exactly fit as an "answer" to EAMann's question, but it didn't warrant its own question, either.

As another sample of this category of questions, I could use some advice on this question as I don't trust my own objectivity. I asked the question, and an answer was provided. Even though the answer pretty much duplicated code I already had, it did get me looking for "featured images" which made everything that followed possible. There was a ~2 hour delay between asking the question, and posting the solution.

So, what would you do? Mark my final code summary as the accepted answer? Vote to close? Leave it alone?

This doesn't exactly fit as an "answer" to EAMann's question, but it didn't warrant its own question, either.

As another sample of this category of questions, I could use some advice on this question as I don't trust my own objectivity. I asked the question, and an answer was provided. Even though the answer pretty much duplicated code I already had, it did get me looking for "featured images" which made everything that followed possible. There was a ~2 hour delay between asking the question, and posting the solution.

So, what would you do? Mark my final code summary as the accepted answer? Vote to close? Leave it alone?

This doesn't exactly fit as an "answer" to EAMann's question, but it didn't warrant its own question, either.

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As another sample of this category of questions, I could use some advice on this question as I don't trust my own objectivity. I asked the question, and an answer was provided. Even though the answer pretty much duplicated code I already had, it did get me looking for "featured images" which made everything that followed possible. There was a ~2 hour delay between asking the question, and posting the solution.

So, what would you do? Mark my final code summary as the accepted answer? Vote to close? Leave it alone?

This doesn't exactly fit as an "answer" to EAMann's question, but it didn't warrant its own question, either.