Personally I think either NARQ, or TL would work for this.
Not a real question
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If someone is asking you to translate their code for them the question is usually both ambiguous and overly broad. As everyone will tell you, there are many ways of doing the same thing in programming.
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Questions asking you to translate their code aren't usually going to help future visitors. This adds to the fact that these questions are usually ambiguous and vague.
You could also use not constructive, though I myself prefer "Not a real question".
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Questions asking for code translation aren't a specific question, rather a very broad job that will require cooperation between the translator and OP.
- ..but this question will likely solicit debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion.
As I said earlier, there are man ways to accomplish the same thing in programming making questions like these open to discussion and arguing about the best way to do it.
Since almost all the close reason fit these questions (a big give away that they don't belong here) it would be nice to have an official decision made on the subject.