I wonder how is this question opinion based or religious exactly. I feel like there has been some overreaction from the moderator Robert Harvey.
The close reason states:
Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but answers to this question will tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than facts, references, or specific expertise.
The answer (which has been already accepted here) can be summed with two concepts:
I can "accept" that it can be too broad, I definitely think it should be closed as duplicate, but opinionate... how?
Apparently the question was closed when the text mentioned a religious war between colleagues. Here's the original text:
I'm having a bit of a religious war with a coworker regarding the value of declaring stack variables that are not meant to change as const.
What are people's opinions pro/con this approach. I know what my reasons are.
Again, except for the mentioned war the OP is fighting against his colleagues, no trace of opinion based question. In fact the question (which, yes, is lacking the
? at the end) is exactly the same as the one proposed now:
What are the advantages in declaring a stack variable constant?
Yes, it mentions the word "opinion" but it is pretty obvious the OP is not asking for opinions since the question's purpose, for him, is to solve the opinions war he is fighting.