I Feel I now need to pre-face this question given the start of every answer, I love the idea of answering ones own question and sharing knowledge it's a good system and I feel it benefits the community in a big way. What I'm asking is purely based around understanding the correct language to be used in these type of questions and explicitly not about if you should or not Ask and Answer Your Own Questions.
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I've seen a few of these ask and answer questions over the past month some really good some not so much and up/down voted where applicable but after seeing one of these cases today posted by slhck it got me thinking:
When asking a question in which you know the answer and plan to submit the answer too should you play dumb?
Extract from question:
I have no idea where they come from and how to disable them.
Now this was clearly not the case as the answer was submitted along with the question.
Is it good form to make a statement that contradicts the answer being submitted with it or should just the problem and prior troubleshoot (If relevant) be included?
I've read through the link he posted It’s OK to Ask and Answer Your Own Questions and the FAQ but it's only covering that it's allow and encouraged nothing regarding best practices ect..
also makes reference to some foreign TV show I have never watched so the secrets of the etiquette involved could just be lost to me due to geographical location