A "real question" should ideally answer a number of sub-questions we have.
- What are you trying to do?
- What have you tried so far?
- Where are you stuck?/What have you narrowed the problem down to?
Point 3 is basically going to be your "real question".
So let's have a look at your question and how it reads to me.
That sort of gets there. But seemingly it is unclear. One of the users in the comments asked you for clarification, at which point you should usually provide it to them. Going "Um, just what it says in the title", isn't helping there.
You as the OP know perfectly well what you're talking about. But we are not running along with your train of thought. If some clarification is asked for, take a step back, objectively look at your information and see if something is missing. Even if there isn't to the best of your knowledge, perhaps try rephrasing the problem.
This is a user willing to help. To be dismissive of them is not going to do you any favours.
That is only the most subtle of hints at you trying something. You have most likely researched, but have not found something. That's a shame. But tell us what you've done. What have you seen? What did you dismiss? That is information that's going to help us in answering your question. Or it might help us in avoiding answering your question with something you've already tried and dismissed.
Where are you stuck?
No luck so far though.
So it seems you're still stuck at step 2. The "homework" phase so to say. If that is the case, then I have bad news: you might not have a question fit for Stack Overflow just yet. And that would explain why your question is closed.
Now if through all this you think "But I can answer all those questions just fine. This Bart guy does't know what he's talking about", fine. But then go back to your question and provide us with all the information we need.
If you make it a good question, it can most certainly be reopened. If you however think, yeah, I might need to do a bit more research, then do it. Update your question when you're done and if it doesn't get reopened by the community, have a moderator evaluate it by flagging it for attention. Explain clearly what you want and you might have a second chance.