After this incident, I became more careful whenever I flag or review flags.
I have flagged an answer which should be a comment instead, even if it solves the problem and the question itself should be closed as well, if the problem was a typos.
I am dead sure that SO doesn't encourage such answers, because they have no added value. In my humble opinion, answers should be comprehensive and clear to reflect professionalism.
Edit: comment = not an answer
- Are such answers encouraged on SO?
- You are missing an "apostrophe"
- You are missing a "hash tag"
- Your code works on "fiddle"
- Does SO (users/mods) consider such answers as real answers?
- Is an answer...?
- That solves current question/concern?
- That solves current question/concern and others in the future?
My question is, was I mistaken for flagging this answer? Would I be mistaken for flagging such answers in the future?