No not at all! Both on ask and real life. For instance, I haven't asked any questions and I've only answered a little more than 100, but that doesn't mean I know everything, nor am I trying to act like it. I just dont have any question right now. I think what makes someone a know it all is their tone of voice, like if they're treating you like you're stupid. You can kind of tell over the Internet but it's very easy to get confused, considering you don't have any body language or sound to work with. But you can easily tell if someone's a know it all when you talk face to face. To simply answer your question, no.
Occasionally almost everybody asks a question, but most of the more experienced users can find the answers more quickly-- and often more accurately -- elsewhere.
There are several good features of this site. -- It helps those people who don't have the background to do a successful search; -- it helps those people who have a problem that would benefit from a chat and some sympathetic advice, rather than just an answer; -- and it's useful for the kids looking for someone to talk to about the things we used to whisper about between cigarettes, down behind the bike shed.
So no, I don't think you're a know-it-all if you answer more questions than you ask -- although I've been called that more than once.
Nope. Some people can ask people they know, offline that experience the same things. Or maybe they know a lot of answers. As you can see, I#039;ve answered hundreds more than I#039;ve asked. It's also nice to have more than one answer to a question so if people weren't like that, this site wouldn't be as good.