My question entitled 'DESCRIBE command yields incoherent Display' (tag: PHP/MySQL) has been closed by a moderator (Kev) on the following 'grounds':
It's difficult to tell what is being asked here. This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form. For help clarifying this question so that it can be reopened
Strangely, my question was closed after a user (Dai) seemed to have perfectly understood it and tried to provide a solution —unfortunately an uneffective one. Thus the question (a very detailed one with code and screenshots) remains unanswered.
So, my NEXT QUESTION is:
- How come a moderator rules out a question as being meaningless [see cit. hereabove] whereas a helpful user understands it right away?
- How can one oppose such arbitrary decisions?
Although I have so far come accross helpful and gentle users on this site, is this sort of kicking-out usual? If not, I suggest moderator Kev should review my initial question, give it a thorough thought and open it.
Since this post if of COLLECTIVE INTEREST in its scope, I don't dare think it will be zapped in turn.