I don't think this is an acceptable question, but it doesn't seem to have an appropriate way to close it:
I know this has come up a lot since the recent changes with close vote reasons. I also see this has been asked about before, but the answer -- close as not a real question -- is now irrelevant (Close reason: "You tell me").
The problem is this question is clear, specific, programming-related, reproducible, and not a direct request for an off-site resource, but it's still not really a great question since it's so trivial to find the answer.
You can see people are itching to close questions like these, but they can't agree on why. Is this intended?