Trivial questions - what to do?
I'm in the process of teaching myself C.
The problem is that, while I have a copy of K&R and C: A Reference Manual, I often have strange, trivial, or very abstract questions that are sometimes difficult to find answers to, even with the resources of this board and the almighty Google at my disposal.
Since these questions are numerous, and tend to breed quickly, I do not at all want to clutter up the C board with ~20 topics a day, each asking a different question which is, frankly, almost insignificant on its own. It's the collective nature of these questions which presents a problem. Add to this that I've some issues with staying awake for more than a few hours at a time, and learning becomes a slow business.
The question I have is this:
Would it be a good idea to make one "Aerie's adventures with C" thread, and just update it as new questions make their appearance?
I don't know if there's some unspoken rule of forum etiquette I might breach by doing this, nor whether it'd be effective for what I need, since I have no idea if people would soon get tired of answering nattering questions all the time and just ignore me.
So, would this be a good idea? If so, should I make a new post each day with the outstanding questions listed, just continually edit the original post, or something else entirely?
Does anyone have a better idea?
Any/all constructive input is welcome.