I came across a useful answer on a question today and while I was there, I read some of the comments underneath. One of them, a reply from the OP, seemed particularly fitting for the 'It's no longer needed' flag type. This was the comment:
Works perfectly!!! Small correction — the second code is missing a quote. echo $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; — and thanks!
The small correction referred to was made 5 minutes after the original comment was posted (Aug 28 2012 at 13:51). Beyond the correction to the solution, everything else in the comment can be distilled down into actions:
- 'Works perfectly!!!'
- 'and thanks!'
My flag was declined. I didn't bother flagging some of the other comments on that Q/A which would also be 'no longer needed' because I didn't want to swamp the flag queue.
Just wondering if there's something I'm missing there? As 'Comments are temporary "Post-It" notes left on a question or answer', I'm unsure why they're being left there after they are all well over 6 years old.