4:57 PM
@DanielFischer Please see this question put on hold.
Please also see, yet again, this question from the same asker, which is a dupe of both the questions I link here, now. Can we call this a "three strikes and you're out"? situation, i.e., please notify the asker that the reposting a question they've already asked and which was then put on hold is inappropriate, and/or delete their third attempt to post?

5:13 PM
Also, for some reason, the edit went through review and was approved?!
Oh... it was approved by the original asker... wtf?

5:29 PM
Never mind, @DanielFischer

@amWhy quid has left them a message.

@DanielFischer Please see my comment immediately above yours, @DanielFischer. Remember, regular users don't have the luxury of deleting or editing requests that have since been addressed.
@DanielFischer So, if I were you I'd address @XanderHenderson 's comment.

@amWhy no problem. Wasn't quite sure whether that referred to the message I replied to or your later one. So I went for the safe option and replied, whether that was necessary or not. (And I'm right now looking into the matter Xander brought up.)

@DanielFischer I appreciate that. I would have likely done the same, if I were in your shoes.

@XanderHenderson All things considered, it added up to something not good.

5:44 PM
@DanielFischer Yarp. Thanks for having a look at it.

@DanielFischer My comment immediately above "Never mind", was actually addressing Xander's comments. I should have "replied to" Xander's posts in that comment.
"Perhaps the asker has two accounts? the asker and the editor?", or the other way around - the editor/answerer created an account to ask question they can then answer (and edit carelessly). Me thinks, after investigation, it was the latter.

@amWhy I understood that. But when I replied to you, I hadn't yet looked into it, so it could have been possible that another moderator had already dealt with that, in which case your "never mind" might have referred to that situation.
A sentence containing too many "that".

@DanielFischer Ahha! That makes sense, too, that my comments may have been hard to follow, on that question/concern! ;)

If you manage to untangle what each "that" refers to ;)

Which "that"? That "that", or that other "that"? That's confusing... :(

5:51 PM
@XanderHenderson Yes, that one!

@XanderHenderson Not that that. This that is that that that that that is not.

@DanielFischer, @XanderHenderson head is now spinning!

@amWhy Thusly?

@DanielFischer No, more like this:

@amWhy Doesn't that hurt?

6:06 PM
@DanielFischer Hmmm, you must not be as flexible as I am! :P

6:29 PM
@DanielFischer The gif is rather distracting in this chat. Can you remove it and replace it with the link to the spinning head, instead?

that's better

It was a pleasure. I'm not a fan of spinning gifs.

@DanielFischer Indeed; they're enough to make anyone dizzy!

Which may not be the worst if your surname is Gillespie.

6:45 PM
in CRUDE, 2 hours ago, by Abcd
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For p,n belongs to N , let $f(x)=x^9$ and $g_n(x)=\frac{n}{\frac{1}{f(x)}+\frac{1}{f(2x)}+\cdots+\frac{1}{f(nx)}}.$ Find the value of limit(x approaches to 0) of $\frac{1-g_n(x)}{x^p}$ at $n=5$ and $p=3.$ I tried to apply L Hospital rule but that leads me to a lengthy answer .

And I flagged it long back
But still the flag isnt cleared

@Abcd Close flags aren't shown to moderators, they are handled by the review. If a reviewer votes to close with the reason you flagged for, it's going to be helpful, if no reviewer votes to close for that reason, not.

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8:11 PM
o/

@davidlowryduda hola!

@amWhy How goes it?

@davidlowryduda Well, "it goes", sometimes smoothly, sometimes not! :-)