There are many examples of questions opened in SO that are not in their best forms when asked. Considering the OP is open for suggestions, how do we point the right directions?
For example, in a recent question (not sure if a question shows up after the OP deleted it, but here goes) (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55226866/in-c-how-to-find-length-of-dynamic-object-property) , the OP assumed the best way to access a property from a "dynamic" class would be "dynamically", reflection-checking if said property existed, then using it.
The issue OP opened was the reason for which
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Another user commented that the best way would be implementing interfaces and abstract classes, but... in a hostile way (LMGTFY).
Before I answered the post and suggested using the appropriate way of solving said problem, however, OP deleted the post.
How can we point the user to the right directions while not sounding condescending?