It was a very simple question (in terms of complexity): are two things the same or are they not? I provided two links to each of the comparable examples (strictly supportive reference). I suspected that if anybody is going to answer this question they would have been familiar with
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I think my question (as I posted it originally) included all context to be a valid question. I didn't think my question was poor in any way. The provided links have samples and explanation of both keywords used in the question. In my opinion somebody over-thought it or tried to make it too complicated with their editing.
After the edit, yes, the question became really poor and I always try to avoid asking one sentence long questions. With no links or other references.
I am trying to understand the negative 6 votes, but I can't. If I came across a question like that I would definitely upvote it as stood but I guess my opinion in this case is totally different than the community's. How do I overcome this?
Thanks for all your comments and opinions. Again, I have learnt more about how SO works and how other people interpret my questions. I have edited my original question and hopefully made it clearer with the added context. I have sent a vote to reopen the question. Good day everyone