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I voted to close this question. It has actually been closed with this reason:
"Questions must demonstrate a minimal understanding of the problem being solved. Tell us what you've tried to do, why it didn't work, and how it should work. See also: Stack Overflow question checklist" – Blorgbeard, his
As you can see, only two people voted for this reason (Blorgbeard and his). Benjamin Gruenbaum and myself voted to close as
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a typo
(I can guess that Ben voted for the above because it is displayed as a comment under the question.)
- In general, if the close votes do not have a majority close reason, how does the system decide which reason gets displayed?
- Specifically for this case where there is a tie, why did one reason get chosen over the other?
- What happens if there are 5 different close reasons? Which one gets displayed?