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9:34 AM
I am not really sure whether comments can be simply moved from one question to another. I have asked about this on Meta Stack Exchange: What happens to the comments when two questions are merged?
@YCor I guess that when you wrote "this can be done manually", you meant that somebody can post a new comment (to the newer question) which contains the useful content from the comments on the original question, right?
Just to have the comment saved somewhere:
I am not sure why this problem was down-voted or why it was put on hold. There is at least one paper in the literature on infinite magic squares (different from this generalization): Antoine Salomon, "Infinite sized magic square," the American Mathematical Monthly (January 2014). hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01401844v4/document There is also a discussion elsewhere on this site about infinite magic squares. mathoverflow.net/questions/53420/… If this problem is somehow trivial, then someone can provide the solution. — Tri Oct 15 at 15:06
> I am not sure why this problem was down-voted or why it was put on hold. There is at least one paper in the literature on infinite magic squares (different from this generalization): Antoine Salomon, "Infinite sized magic square" the American Mathematical Monthly (January 2014). hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01401844v4/document
> There is also a discussion elsewhere on this site about infinite magic squares. mathoverflow.net/questions/53420/… If this problem is somehow trivial, then someone can provide the solution.
(The second one is "MarkDown-version" not simply a link.)
Of course, users with sufficient reputation can still see the comment even after the question is deleted.
 
10:03 AM
@MartinSleziak well, I've copied the relevant part of Tir's comment into the post 344011. I think none of the remainder of the comments is worth being copied (there are some relevant comments by B. Barber, but they are superseded by his answer to 344011).
 
(From Tir's comment to the duplicate post): "There is at least one paper in the literature on infinite magic squares (different from this generalization): Antoine Salomon, "Infinite sized magic square" the American Mathematical Monthly (January 2014) (freely available at Hal). There is also a discussion elsewhere on this site about infinite magic squares." — YCor 6 mins ago
 

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