This guy seems like he has a fairly solid question.


I swear I answered it but there is some language barrier. Can someone take a look and see if they can explain it to me?

Is this question appropriate for meta?

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    I think this user wants to merge two arrays, preserving the order of the target array. Questions that generate that number of comments generally have something wrong with either the question or the OP - you can only help so much before stepping back and walking away. Sometimes language and experience levels are a barrier.
    – slugster
    Mar 9, 2013 at 4:55
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    That's a pretty worthy candidate for closing as Not a Real Question.
    – Linuxios
    Mar 9, 2013 at 4:58
  • @Linuxios I probably would have if I had the rep, but since I didn't I took on the challenge of trying to figure out what he wanted. I won't make the mistake again!
    – Matt
    Mar 9, 2013 at 5:17

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Generally, if you can't figure out what the OP is saying (and it's not a problem on your side -- you feel that most folks won't be able to understand it), then you may flag ("does not belong on this site>NARQ") or vote to close as Not A Real Question. Be sure to leave a comment explaining what parts are confusing and asking the OP to fix that.

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