This morning I found this question in the Low Quality Posts review list. The question has a comment by the OP which explains more precisely what the OPs requirements were.
My edit extracted this information and included it in the text of the question. I'm unsure whether I've made a good editing choice here because I've only just got to 2K and am used to having my edits approved by others.
My gut says I did the right thing because:
- I'd have made the same edit and sent it for approval were I < 2K rep
- The edit was based entirely on context from the OP's own comment.
- I believe the question should explain itself. Without the edit, a future visitor would need to read the code sample in the question body, then read the accepted answer where context is quoted by the answerer. Having this in the question itself is better IMO.
I am reasonably confident I've done the right thing here. I'd like to be sure, so I'm asking the community.