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I am human not robot. I forget everything (I am dumb) but, human. It's OK to forget everything.
Usually, a person said in one of my comment that most of the time I don't add reference link. But, I always mention if I take anything from somewhere else. Like, a wise person said ...... I forgot his name, so how can I mention his name. Even, if that wise person not popular than, I can't find him in the Internet easily. That's why I always can't give resource/reference. Like, if you have read a documentation 10 years ago. Can you add that link now while writing something about that documentation? It will become very hard to find. Even, after searching that 1 day or, more than a day you may not find that link again also.
In Codidact Meta I had earlier wrote some questions and answers and, I mentioned that
@ArtOfCode (just as sample) said .... If he didn't say that than, he would mention in comment. But, they never did (Note: I had mentioned wrong name once. Later I had edited maybe I forgot it also). But, a person said that I always say something without reference as I mentioned earlier.
I had noticed in SE that, some people added lot of links and saying that,"I took information from here". But, now that website is banned or, domain has expired. So, is the reference important? From my mind, I will say that
But, what if I lost that link. What if I can't find that anymore? If you think,"it's very important and, if I lost that information than, I shouldn't talk about that". Then, I will move back. I will stop.