Is it acceptable to create a question, and then provide explanations about the question in terms of subquestions in the same post?
If you were me, what would you do in such cases?
Here are some most recent examples Implicitly typed vs untyped?, and Does "static" or "dynamic" imply a compiler or interpreter implementation of a programming language?
To me, the questions I asked in a post are closely related to each other that they are explanations of one single question, and show my understanding and uncertainty about that single question.
Some people have different opinions from mine above, maybe because of the following reasons:
When some people see multiple questions in one place, they think it is too much, or can't get to understand that my intention of asking them was to provide various thoughts including uncertainties of mine about one subject, which may also be directions for others to help me find about why I was confused with the subject.
Some people have negative view about the way that I organize the questions in my post, or the way I phrase them. I don't claim that I am not good at them, but I tried to do the best that I could.
As a self learner and most of time a beginner to many subjects, the confusions that I have might not be the case to those experienced, and the questions that I consider as closely related might not be the case to them.
On the other hand, from my perspective, I have also seen someone who wasn't familiar with the subject that I was asking about, didn't quite understand what I was asking about yet (sometimes maybe because of my fault, and I was willing to improve them to the best that I could), but felt quite confident to vote to close or downvote my posts because of multiple questions in one post.
As far as I am aware, there are two kinds of "resolutions":
If I separate them into multiple posts so that one post one question, that will likely make them seem more or less isolated from each other, and make others not easily understand my intention of asking the single question, and my thoughts for it.
Often I could have made a post with much fewer questions, by changing subquestions into nonquestion sentences. But I didn't do that was because as a self-learner, I didn't want to sound like I was completely sure about many things. I hope others not to take my understandings and thoughts for granted, and could either correct my misunderstandings or confirm my correct ones if possible.
Thanks for your opinion.