I've flagged the 404 for undelete of the question, answers with rep > 20 and historical lock.
This particular 404 was likely caused when the migration (from '08) was rejected (in '13) as a bike shed question.
I am in sort of a dilemma (in a geekish way of course).
I love to declare variables at the beginning of my methods, and usually order them in some logical way.
The problem is, when the list gets long, it sort of gets out of hand.
Should I just declare them when I need them?
At this point the question had all of its original SO migrated answers (25 of them) deleted by Community, leaving only a single answer that was at -1 and arguably wrong. As the entire question and remaining answer was locked and a bit of an odd eyesore, the easiest janitorial practice was 'delete it'.
The 'linked answers' while helpful don't differentiate dup vs 'someone tossed this in a comment somewhere' (it would be nice if things that were duped to had some alerts when trying to delete it, but thats the case for another feature request).