So there's this question which will be serving as the example. Though this particular question is a duplicate, it really doesn't matter in the scope of this question.
In the example, I provide a general answer to the question, but OP downvoted my answer (not a big deal) and demanded a specific but very slightly different answer in the comments. I provided this:
[a_i + b_i for a_i, b_i in zip(a, b)]
and OP wants this:
a = [a_i + b_i for a_i, b_i in zip(a, b)]
I responded to the comment by saying OP can just take the answer I provided and assign it to something. I did this in the comment since I was on my phone at the time. OP responded with "Please provide working code"
So here are the two sides of the issue:
On one hand, my answer is not exactly what OP wanted.
On the other hand, OP really should be able to figure out how to take my answer and fit it into what he/she wants with minimal effort
So sure, maybe I'm being petty in denying OP the answer they're asking for, but I feel justified because question askers mush show minimal effort to have acceptable questions for the site
So, how should I deal with "needy" question askers such as this? Thanks in advance,