Should questions where a problem arose from a typo be closed?
Questions solved by fixing the OP's typo are pretty common. Here's one I recently came across:
It was asking why this markup wasn't showing the image:
So of course,
scr should be
src, it was an overlooked typo.
I answered quickly and encouraged the OP to delete the post when he confirmed the solution. I also flagged it for closing as "too localized" and was declined.
That was just one example, I don't have any other links handy, but another could be:
Why isn't this working?
I can't see how any question solved by fixing a typo or really basic syntax error could be useful to anyone except the OP, but I do consider myself a bit of a "close-troll" and perhaps these posts are actually valuable to inexperienced people. I'm really not sure how anyone could have the exact same problem and be able to find the post to help them. Maybe the post is valuable in some other way?
Are these examples not "too localized" and should be closed so they can be deleted? Where do we draw the line on these kinds of questions?