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Today I answered someone's question and they made a comment I didn't quite understand. I told them to REPHRASE the question and it seems like they confused it with REFRESH. Thinking that the comment chain would become longer if I tried to make them understand my point, I stopped commenting. My question is that is there a flag or any other option for this kind of situation?

Here's the link for that particular comment : how to add the new api level in android?

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No, there's no flag for for this, neither is there a need for a flag. If the person you're communicating to doesn't understand what you're mentioning, then you should clarify. In this specific case, instead of mentioning "please rephrase" you could've mentioned

please edit your question and mention exactly what you want to do

or the like.

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