If you're going to try to close someone's question, you can at least have the decency to explain why or better yet, try to interpret what the user is asking, respond, and then vote to close it. I am disgusted by the number of people in this community who actively seek to impede people's progress in programming by shutting down their questions for reputation points without ANY constructive criticism. If you're not going to help someone, don't prevent decent people from doing so. We all start from somewhere.
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