I stumbled upon a question on Stack Overflow which concerns a specific, but common enough field of knowledge to have an own tag. It is this one:
The field of knowledge here is the MISRA standard, which is unarguably somewhat specific, the standard isn't even open. However the question is properly tagged as such, has okay wording, and as it revealed to me looking the matter up in my copy of MISRA-2012 it is completely valid.
The poster couldn't really explain his problem any better in my opinion (he is asking it the first place since he doesn't understand why it happens), and it is sufficient for people having a knowledge of the standard. It is also a good question in my opinion as the related C behavior which the MISRA standard is guarding against is now very well understood (neither the way MISRA is guarding against it).
I would seriously like to flag those close votes in such cases, this attitude feels rather ignorant to me: If you don't understand a specific field, don't meddle with a related question. Is there a way to do this?