I asked a C++ question and it vectored off into a discussion about the sort, so left it for a while, not sure how to make it better. Later came back with different example -- was told new example was easy (no example given that answered the question), and asked what my problem was -- was even shown how to get another non-answer of addressing the outermost data struct.
I went off to try to test and came back on a browser history page to a question page where I was told I was in danger of being blocked for bad questions. The message I got was:
Wait! Some of your past questions have not been well-received, and you're in danger of being blocked from asking any more.
For help formulating a clear, useful question, see: How do I ask a good question?
Also, edit your previous questions to improve formatting and clarity.
I had a 2nd Q with 0 score and no downvotes at the time, but YIKES!... WTBB!!! All of a sudden I felt bad and wrong and had no clue what I'd done other than be "unstellar and/or unpopular in asking questions that were hard to answer. I've barely gotten started on this site and already received warnings for not being good enough.
Looking at my stats I see 4 total questions. 2 had a +1 on the question and a total of +13 rep. Two had a 0 rating on the Q. So where are the heavily down voted/zero voted/deleted posts? One or two "bad" posts (posts that are not easily answered by the normal site readers?).
Now, of note, I had just done a first revision on this question because people were answering part of the question that I hadn't meant for there to be focus on. But that rewrite also resulted in a -1 on the Q, and a claim that it worked fine, so I tried to make that work and was accused of going off into the weeds.
If I so easily trigger warnings on questions that weren't horrible - and even after 2 rewrites, I think people are even less clear about what I was asking - then I was hoping that the same level of "AI" put into the warning system, could be put into the a system that is a bit more specific on what was being done wrong and how to fix it.
I thought a bit more hand-holding might be helpful for people making such novice errors.