This question was closed as unclear.
There were also attempts to delete the accepted answer as "not providing an answer."
The question is a poor one; it doesn't show any research effort. It seems perfectly clear, though. The answer is very succinct, but it does answer the question, apparently to the asker's satisfaction. The close/delete reasons don't really fit in either case.
At least one user marked both the question as "unclear" and the answer as "not an answer." These seem like incompatible views; if you're not clear about the question, how can you be sure about whether an answer to it is any good?
Are close/delete reasons meant to be taken literally? Is there a better way to handle closure of a question like this, or should this kind of thing just be downvoted and left open?
For the record, I have no problem with the question being closed. I'm just trying to understand how close/delete reasons are used on this site, and how much thought is given to the reason behind the closure.