Are answers that just contain links elsewhere really “good answers”?
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The moderator comment was:
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, we would like you to include the essential parts of the linked article in your answer, and provide the link for reference. Failing to do that leaves the answer at risk from link rot.
It's interesting since the accepted answer was basically what I had previously answered. I'm curious about why my answer was continually deleted when the answer was looking for a sample tutorial and a link was the best example. In the future, what's the best way to resolve this? At the time I decided to give up on answering the question as I didn't see any options.