I see a lot of questions in review queue starting with mantra "I have to".
They usually contain shorter or larger description of the task to do, and very low effort made to solve that (often no research, no code). I'm already very biased against such questions. For me, if someone thinks that he have to do something, instead of writing what he wants to achieve, it's as if someone was told to do something (by boss, professor etc.), while he don't want to do that nor learn something about programming.
Should we really help people who don't enjoy what they are doing? The worst of such questions seems to come directly for homework task or requirements from boss.
There's another possibility, that the construct "I have to" comes from some language, where there's no difference between "have to", "be going to" or "want to". Maybe it's just cultural and I'm overreacting?