###[Q] More than one question asked It is preferred if you can post separate questions instead of combining your questions into one. That way, it helps the people answering your question and also others hunting for at least one of your questions. Thanks!
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###[Q] Ask OP to edit question instead of adding info in comments Please  your post to include any additional information you have to your question. Avoid adding this in the comments, as they are harder to read and can be deleted easier. The edit button for your post is just below the post's tags.
###[Q] Code as image Please don't post your code as an image.
###[Q] "It doesn't work" with no exception/error details Can you elaborate on how your code "doesn't work"? What were you expecting, and what actually happened? If you got an exception/error, post the line it occurred on and the exception/error details. Please  these details in or we may not be able to help.
###[Q] Too many ways to solve the problem There are too many ways to approach this problem. The answers would just turn into a straw-poll for which one people liked. The best thing is to do some research on the topic yourself, find two or three, analyze them, determine if they work for you or not, and try them out. Come to us when you have a specific question about something you have attempted to do.
###[Q] "Why won't it work?" questions with no code It seems you have a problem with your code. However, we can't help unless we have code or information that can reproduce the problem. Otherwise, we are just blindly guessing.
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###[Q] Wall of code You seem to have posted more code than what would be reasonable for your issue. Please read [ask] and how to make a [mcve], providing a MCVE helps users answer your question and future users relate to your issue.
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###[Q] More than one question asked It is preferred if you can post separate questions instead of combining your questions into one. That way, it helps the people answering your question and also others hunting for at least one of your questions.
###[Q] Asking for code translation $SITENAME$ is a Question and Answer site, not a code translation service. Try to translate the code yourself first, then come to us when you are stuck, making sure to show us what you have tried.
###[Q] Only a fiddle Please include all relevant code in your post and don't just include a link. Your post should stand alone from any other resource; consider what would happen if the site went down in the future! (It would be terrible, we know.) Also, some people are behind corporate firewalls that forbid the use of code sharing websites.
###[Q] Code Review Asking if there's a "better way" or the "best way" of doing something is generally too broad of a question for Stack Overflow. It may also invite opinions as opposed to objective facts for answers. It appears as though you have written working code for your issue, however. As such, this might be a better fit for [codereview.se]. However, please do read A guide to Code Review for Stack Overflow users and their advice on how to ask a good question before posting.
###[A] Only a fiddle Please include all relevant code in your post and don't just include a link. Your post should stand alone from any other resource; consider what would happen if the site went down in the future! (It would be terrible, we know.) Also, some people are behind corporate firewalls that forbid the use of code sharing websites.
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###[A] Nothing but a URL (and isn't spam) Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
###[A] Requests to OP for further information This is really a comment, not an answer. With a bit more rep, you will be able to post comments. For the moment I've added the comment for you, and I'm flagging this post for deletion.
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###[A] Many formatting issues Take a moment to read through the editing help in the help center. Formatting on $SITENAME$ is different than other sites.
###[A] Duplicate link only Please don't post link only answers to other $SITENAME$ questions. Instead, vote/flag to close as duplicate, or, if the question is not a duplicate, tailor the answer to this specific question.
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###[C] Too localized This question appears to be off-topic because it is too localized.
###[EQ] Improper tagging The tags you were using are not appropriate for this question. Please review What are tags, and how should I use them?
###[EQ] SOLVED! Please don't put the answer in your question; You can self-answer your question if you found the solution;
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###[EQ] it's / its it's and its are different;
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###[EQ] Angular/AngularJS The angular tag should be used for the Angular framework, versions 2 and above. The angularjs tag should be used only for the AngularJS framework, versions in the 1.x range.
###[EQ] MVC The model-view-controller tag should be used for questions about the pattern. The asp.net-mvc tag should be used for questions about the Microsoft framework.