I'm sure this is a duplicate, but I can't find it.
What seems to be an ever-increasing volume of questions consist of a Great Wall Of Code and a more or less plaintive request for assistance in explaining a null pointer exception or array index out of bounds. These questions attract some more or less snarky comments, followed by more or less detailed attempts at ESP and other forms of blind man's bluff.
An answer of the form, "To solve your problem, please acquire one of the following debuggers and learn to use it," nonetheless, still doesn't not feel like an answer. In fact, when I tried it as an experiment today, it attracted two downvotes in short order.
Still, if the goal of all of this is to attract experts to answer questions, experts do not debug walls of code. Experts teach people to use the right tool for the job.
An extreme alternative would be a close reason, 'needs a debugger.' More possible would be a collective attempt to legitimize debugger pointers as legitimate answers.
Here's an example where debugging instructions didn't get downvoted but also don't seem to have made any impression.