Your answer might be a good one, but it's a PHP answer on a question that doesn't even mention PHP. The OP does mention PHP in a comment:
i wrote some php with regex but its failing miserably and was hoping there was something else out there that could do this already maybe in an easier way.. which is why i asked here. bad idea.
...and was asked to share their PHP code:
@user1568736 - Then post your PHP and regex and we'll help you figure out what's wrong.
...but they didn't (yet?).
When examining whether a question fits or not, comments aren't really that important, if the OP responds to the comment and share their PHP code in the question, I could see the question getting re-opened. But right now I have to agree with the close voters, it is ambiguous, vague, and incomplete. If you want you could (and should) help the OP fix their question, and if that happens you should flag it for moderation attention and ask for it to be re-opened (if it doesn't start getting re-open votes naturally, as any edit brings new attention to every post).
We do expect every question to show some prior research / effort, even if it's minimal, and Not A Real Question closures are commonly applied when there's none.