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Can Caleb write an article about framing questions? I fail to receive the benefit that I am supposed to receive by reading the Help Center.

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There is already an excellent guide to how to ask questions at: Writing the Perfect Question (click on the highlight)

You might try also reviewing the questions in meta that is where I learned a lot even though I am still relatively ignorant of many of the nuances of the site.

I have even resorted to asking someone else to rewrite my question when I was new to the site. I might add that I got more down votes and question cancellations at first than I did up votes. So don't be discouraged and take the time to look at how people with a lot of reps ask. by clicking on the screen name in orange you can look at their profile and use them as a guide. The questions they have asked with results are listed on their profile and you can learn a lot there.

Hope this helps.

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    Thanks Cecil your awesome. – Decrypted Feb 10 '14 at 1:26
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I already have. See here:

What makes a good focused question?

You might also be interested in other posts on meta such as those tagged .

  • Yay! Thanks Caleb, I hope to read it soon. – Decrypted Feb 10 '14 at 12:57

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