This question is not a duplicate, it is not about right and wrong answers and questions, it is about whether an acronym for sloppy answers to good questions would be useful, and I propose one that seems reasonably polite, more than some well known acronym for the opposite case (RTFM for sloppy questions). This is obviously based on the assumption that there are also sloppy answers, not only sloppy questions.
More often than expected I see that questions like
"... how do I do x in Y ..."?
even when they are clearly and well specified get some replies that do NOT answer the question at all and go like:
"In Y doing x is bad style"
"Why would you want do to x?"
"Why are you using Y"?
"Tell me the story of your life so we can understand why you wrongly chose language/tool Y rather than Z that is more ..."
Such replies would be somehow acceptable if they came along with the requested answer, most of the times there is no answer, this is the case I am writing about (and about clear, well specified questions)
Such annoying non-answers seem nearly as frequent as sloppy questions.
For sloppy questions there is RTFM.
For this annoying non-answers I am not aware of useful acronyms, so I propose FATFQ, which seems not only appropriate but also rather "open" and kind, relative to this kind of non-answers:
it is not JATFQ or OATFQ (Just Ask.../ Only Ask ...) it is "First Ask The Fine Question", after that free to explain how right your tools and vision of the world are and how wrong the question is, but first, before the sermon, please answer the fine question, maybe by saying that you do not see any way to do x in Y.