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I sympathise with Joseph's answer; however I have another suggestion: Questions seeking help to debug/write/improve code must include the desired behavior, a specific problem or error and the shortest code (as formatted text, not pictures) necessary to reproduce it in the question itself. Providing a clear problem statement and evidence of a code attempt ...


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If you want to re-write your comment, you can add a new one and delete the old one. Comments are not meant for answers, and don't allow for much formatting (which makes it difficult to comment much code). If you have an answer, post it as an answer, or if you have a question, ask it as a question. Moderators can edit comments (but do so rarely), so you ...


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do you think that this question is more appropriate where it was posted, or would gis.stackexchange be a better option? I'm not sure GIS SE would be a better option here, for two reasons: The actual problem doesn't appear to be about GIS specifically - To me it appears you're asking about what parts of a formula means (correct me if I'm wrong), which ...


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List of tags with syntax highlighting applied (after the question was posted): Bash: bash C: c CSS: css C++: c++ default: gdal, json, geojson, topojson (these do not have a more specific language syntax highlighting option available) HTML: html5 JavaScript: leaflet, arcgis-javascript-api-2, arcgis-javascript-api-3, arcgis-javascript-api-4, google-earth-...


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We should perhaps mention the format button specifically within the text so that the asker can be immediately told how to format their code text. E.g.: "..., a specific problem or error and the shortest code (as preformatted text using the { } button - do not include images) necessary to reproduce..."


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