Leave comments on example questions
What are comments?
Comments are meant as a lightweight way to expand, clarify, and discuss example questions. They can be upvoted (but not downvoted) and flagged, but do not generate reputation.
Please note that you can always comment on your own questions. However, commenting on other people's questions is a privilege.
How do I comment?
add comment link under each question. Comments cannot be multi-line, so simply press enter to submit your comment.
Note that comments support a small subset of Markdown, so you can do things like
When should I comment?
Comments are intended to:
- provide feedback on example questions
- add relevant, but minor, information
- discuss the content of the question with other community members
What happens when I comment?
The following community members will be automatically notified of your comment:
- the owner of the question you're commenting on
- one additional user when your comment contains a @username1 reply
1 You can only @reply to users who have already left a comment, or edited the question. The first three non-whitespace characters in @username are used for name matching, starting from the most recent comment or edit. See How do comment replies work?