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helpful answer/marking answer as correct(worked for "me") [duplicate]

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Closed as duplicate by Mithical‭ on Apr 21, 2021 at 05:09

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: Is it possible to accept an answer? How to accept an answer?

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In SE there's an option to mark answer as correct. While it isn't available in Codidact. In Codidact there's a tag status-completed. But, I don't think this will be very helpful for Software Codidact. Cause, we(users) want to get answer in short. Look if I post a question that I am having issue with following source code. Lot of users may answer in that question and not every answer will be helpful one of them will work for me. So, I have to mark that as correct. If I add a status-completed than how if someone else get issue also than how can he know which answer will be helpful. That's why I request to add the feature

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