The question Generating inputs for random-testing graph algorithms? was asked yesterday. My answer explains how to create random graphs with property X. Let us say I would also like to answer how to create graphs with property Y. Maybe tomorrow I would like to explain something about property Z, and so on.
Should I edit everything into one answer? Is it okay to add multiple answers? Why or why not?
I don't have a strong opinion on this. In a way, adding multiple answers makes it easier to structure things and also keeps answers short. On the other hand, there and titles and so on to structure a single long answer. I wonder if this is somehow wrong or abusive since the system asks for a confirmation if you try to add another answer.
I tried googling for the answer, but all I was able to find was Should I edit my deleted answer or add another answer? which is not what I'm looking for. In some questions (usually big-list questions) the asker specifically wants only single point per answer. On CSTheory, there are examples of both single long answers and of the type one point per answer.