This question was closed by vote as "not a real question", because the title has not been very descriptive. I improved the title, and put in a flag asking moderators to reopen the question. The question got reopened, but the flag came back "declined". I am still somewhat new to the flagging business, so I would like to find out what happened.
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I declined the flag. Your change was to the title, and I still felt that the question was NARQ; there was no code sample showing what was trying to be done, etc. Even as a c# guy, I had a little difficulty parsing it on first pass.
However, two community members came by and a mod (Will) reopened it after I rejected your flag.