First, I asked this question, which immediately got shut down for being ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form.
Some guy there told me that "it need[ed] rewording."
OK. So I reworded the question so that it could be taken as less ambiguous. The end result was this thread covering essentially the same content.
Again, it didn't last for a minute.
Kind people on both of these links had been advising me that this sort of question would be more appropriate for programmers.stackexchange.com.
For the second time, I followed their advice and asked it on programmers.stackexchange.com.
Again, the question got beaten up and died in a short period of time.
No matter what I do with "your" advice, people vote for closing it.
What do I do in this case?
...and see what they have to say/vote.And they have spoken, period. No insult intended.