Is it ok to just say "no loopholes" if you don't want any loopholes in your questions? (By tasneemm MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 1 year ago)

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tasneemm says The other day I got in an argument with andruc about this question: //www.rrrather.com/view/230844 In the description, he said no loopholes. I said that if I could get any ability from anyone, I could do A to a much lesser extent. However, he still counted that as a loophole because it still included A. However, in my opinion, I think saying "no loopholes" is just a lazy way of getting out of writing a vague question. If you really don't want any loopholes, you should actually explain your question in more detail. Would it ever work if you said "no loopholes" in a contract? However, that's just my opinion and I'm just making this because I want to know what you all think. Please note that I'm not make making this question in spite of andruc. That question just made me think of this whole "no loopholes" thing.

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