I was redirected to creating this topic by the Dev Engagement Team.
This issue has been prevalent in #help-and-feedback:scripting-support, where people just copy-paste their entire programs instead of pinpointing the error/focus of the topic. This leads to the topic staying dormant until a daring user volunteers to read through all of that and find the issue.
Not only that, if the OP is able to present their problem in a readable manner, it shows how much they care about getting assistance with it. Otherwise, it’s just like “here’s everything, now help me.”
Currently, in the guidelines, it does say not to ask for entire scripts, but it shouldn’t also be said not to post entire scripts. It should add:
Additionally, please do not post entire scripts, instead, pinpoint the lines error. You should also state what each variable/function does to provide context.
This will benefit both the OP and the viewers, who can easily spot the error and help fix it.