Well I think it is already pretty much self-explanatory.This question is either a question or not. Also this is currently an opened debate you can refer to it.
Let's take this question:
I have a picture and I try to make it appear on screen. Now the picture is visible. But not on the screen. Just visible. I'm not sure how to show it.
What's wrong with my picture.
- Ambiguous -
Open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning.
Did you mean the Visible property is true but you can't see it at runtime?
- Vague -
Of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning.
You're not sure what to do or what you want? You should read a little about it first.
- Incomplete -
Not having all the necessary or appropriate parts.
Can we have some code? What picture?
- Overly Broad -
Not limited or narrow; of extensive range or scope:
With the provided information I can think of 100 possible solutions...I certainly won't write them all here and try to find the one that fits your particular case.
Most of these points goes together I'm not sure if it's a good idea to split them. If it's not a question, it's simply not a question no matter what the specific reason is. What if you come accross a question that meets all of your new
NARQ specifications? Which one will be predominent and why?