On the meta.programmers.SE site, I've spent some time writing guidance about each of the close reasons: Why was my question closed or down voted? Your question was closed as Too Broad which says this:
Some questions are just polls for a design, or pattern, or name of a thing. If the accepted answer is based on "which answer I like best," rather than "which answer solves my problem," the question is probably a poll.
While some other Stack Exchanges allow it, Programmers.SE frowns upon 'big list' type questions that seem to want to compile a list of things. Questions that fall into this category typically have the form of:
- What are all the problems I will encounter with XYZ?
- What are the pros and cons of XYZ?
- How can XYZ be used?
- Any ideas?
Questions like these don't pose a problem that can be solved by an answer. There is no definitive right answer that someone can go to, see the accepted answer and say "yep, thats the answer."
And then some selections from the Related reading section:
The core part of the question you asked is in the question title: "What is your notable misconception/error/misperception you ever faced during programming?" - this question is exactly a form of polling for anecdotes from people.
This type of question is one that tends to be more applicable for quora where they are advertising content like "Internships: What is the most catastrophic mistake made by an intern at a tech company?"
Most sites that have some form of longevity have a particular format that they cater to. A question of trying to understand some concept would likely flop completely on other sites. Quora fills a particular type of question niche (and Slant.co fills another one, and Reddit another... and so forth).
The question you asked is one that really doesn't fit on Stack Exchange. Stack exchange is branded for Q&A - here's a question and here's the answer to it. There is one right answer (that question that I linked earlier on Quora has over 120 'answers' to it).
Not all good questions are good questions on all types of sites. You should make sure you take time to read the documentation for the site before diving in and posting. On Programmers.SE there is quite a bit in What topics can I ask about here? and What types of questions should I avoid asking? from the Help Center that is Programmers.SE specific.