This thread: Debug this code for me questions suggests to close as "too localized", but that is not available any more. So, what to do with users posting one question after another about the same piece of code, with different elementary mistakes, or about those dumping code and asking to find an error? I can't find an appropriate closing reason, but keeping these questions on SO seems like a waste of space as they will never be helpful to anyone else ever again.
The current relevant closing reasons:
Questions concerning problems with code you've written must describe the specific problem — and include valid code to reproduce it — in the question itself.
Doesn't apply because error is a very specific problem (in fact, it's too specific) and the code is certainly presented.
Questions asking for code must demonstrate a minimal understanding of the problem being solved. Include attempted solutions, why they didn't work, and the expected results.
They don't ask for code. Everything after that is irrelevant. (In addition, "minimal understanding" is most likely present, since the person was able to write the code, and it sounds offensive)
Other (add a comment explaining what is wrong)
Yes, that could always be used, but I feel like it should be used rarely, because if the reason is not listed in standard closing reasons, most likely it shouldn't be closed. Again, what would I write here? "too localized"? "obsolete"? Both of these were rejected previously and so I suppose are not valid reasons to close. Even if there is some message people can come up with, let's add it to the list, it should be standardized.