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I don't think general advice like

  • You need to learn the use of free() function
  • You need to learn pointers too(referencing and de-referencing).
  • Learn memset().

can really be considered an answer to the specific question that was asked. Sure, I agree with those guidelines (which explains why people might have upvoted your post), but that still doesn't make it an answer to the question that was asked.

The rest of your bullets were slightly-to-moderately more specific to the question, but I think they could have been fit into a comment. I agree with the flagger that what you posted isn't really an answer to the question. You can update your answer to make it more specific to what's being asked itif you want to have it restored.

I don't think general advice like

  • You need to learn the use of free() function
  • You need to learn pointers too(referencing and de-referencing).
  • Learn memset().

can really be considered an answer to the specific question that was asked. Sure, I agree with those guidelines (which explains why people might have upvoted your post), but that still doesn't make it an answer to the question that was asked.

The rest of your bullets were slightly-to-moderately more specific to the question, but I think they could have been fit into a comment. I agree with the flagger that what you posted isn't really an answer to the question. You can update your answer to make it more specific to what's being asked it you want to have it restored.

I don't think general advice like

  • You need to learn the use of free() function
  • You need to learn pointers too(referencing and de-referencing).
  • Learn memset().

can really be considered an answer to the specific question that was asked. Sure, I agree with those guidelines (which explains why people might have upvoted your post), but that still doesn't make it an answer to the question that was asked.

The rest of your bullets were slightly-to-moderately more specific to the question, but I think they could have been fit into a comment. I agree with the flagger that what you posted isn't really an answer to the question. You can update your answer to make it more specific to what's being asked if you want to have it restored.

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I don't think general advice like

  • You need to learn the use of free() function
  • You need to learn pointers too(referencing and de-referencing).
  • Learn memset().

can really be considered an answer to the specific question that was asked. Sure, I agree with those guidelines (which explains why people might have upvoted your post), but that still doesn't make it an answer to the question that was asked.

The rest of your bullets were slightly-to-moderately more specific to the question, but I think they could have been fit into a comment. I agree with the flagger that what you posted isn't really an answer to the question. You can update your answer to make it more specific to what's being asked it you want to have it restored.