A question on SO (10k-only link) that recently got some attention due to a meta post consisted entirely of python code, no additional text was present in the question body. This should theoretically have triggered the “Here code. You fix.” filter that should prevent questions that only contain source code.
This didn't work in this case, the entire question body was:
import math def is_Prime(x): if ((x&1)) : for c in range (2,int(math.sqrt(x),+1) if ( x%c == 0 ): print ("not prime") is_Prime(77)
I'm wondering if the whitespace might have thrown the filter off. There might be a loophole here to evade the filter. If it's an easy fix it might be worth it to close the loophole, I don't expect the filter to be perfect, but this example looks like something it should be able to catch.