I'm not sure if that is a good idea but I maybe wrong.
I would say no. After all, why ask the question if you already know the answer.
Apologies - I have just raised this question myself then saw that you have raised this. I think the question needs an answer because we may want to write a Hub in order to give more detail to the question itself.
If I knew how to delete my question I would, and then I could follow this question instead - but I can see no way of removing my question.
Apparently your not supposed to answer your own questions. After all if you answer your own questions then there was no need to ask them as you know the answer.
It's seen as wasting others time and trying to get income from a question for the sake of it.
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