I really want to ask a question, except I'll have more questions than answers. I don't want to appear like I'm not adding to the community in any way. However, there is no questions that haven't already been sufficiently answered by someone else, because I'm slow, and I don't want to repeat their points. I might just quickly answer Connor's question. No one take it please.
So, is it okay to ask a question if you don't have more answers than you have questions asked?
EDIT: So, I answered Connor's question. B. Clay Shannon's question is pretty tricky, I don't know much about theater so I shan't answer that. abc1234's question and 'UK vs. US editions of fiction' are pretty hard for me. I'm a bit scared to answer publishing and edition or whatever questions because I've never got published myself. I also can't answer the ones about writing software because I never use it, so Godzilla2y's question can't be answered by me. Luckily, I was able to answer Connor's question though, all the other ones about writing (not publishing/software) have already been answered.