In a fairly old <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/51334320/array-subset-optimization-with-composite-aggregate-functions" target="_blank">question</a> of mine, posted on Stack Overflow, I was encouraged to ask for help on MathOverflow. It did make sense since the question was mostly maths related, but I was still looking for a PHP way to accomplish the task.
In a fairly old question of mine, posted on Stack Overflow, I was encouraged to ask for help on MathOverflow. It did make sense since the question was mostly maths related, but I was still looking for a PHP way to accomplish the task.
The cross-posted question was answered and I finally accepted it. However, I'm left with the initial question on Stack Overflow which has a few votes and favorites (so I probably shouldn't delete it in case people found it helpful) but has an answer that I simply can't accept; the maths part isn't properly answered at all and therefore the PHP bit is pointless.
So, should I write my own PHP code that uses the answer on MathOverflow and give credit to it, and accept that?
Since it should stay related to programming, I suppose I couldn't simply post a Community answer linking to the cross-posted Q&A?
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