This answer is not correct (as observed by one person who commented).
So the author of the answer should be pinged so they can fix the answer.
Why shouldn't I have downvoted?
- 54 random people found the answer to be helpful.
- It was the only answer for a period of time.
- While I personally agree that it is incomplete, the author clearly wrote the answer, with the intention the reader knew something about the command itself.
- Only 4 random people didn't find it helpful and presumably only two of those people wrote a comment.
- This answer wasn't the user's first answer. The audit system isn't very intelligent, it picks bad (audit) candidates, to perform random audits. Its a known issue (and only partially on purpose) in that regard, but it was clearly an acceptable answer, if you performed a little analyse of the question and answers.
and does not add anything to the existing answers (including the
answer I wrote, and which I remember).
Except it was submitted and hour and 30 minutes before any other answer to that question was submitted, so the argument it adds nothing of value, cannot be valid.
Although it was posted before my answer, it was only a subsequent edit
that added any explanation, otherwise I would have merely corrected it
rather than posting a similar new answer.
This does not explain the reason you downvoted the answer as it was currently written. As I explained in a comment, the audit system is attempting to verify you recognize if an answer is acceptable or not. it being technically inaccurate or incomplete is something the audit system cannot verify.
You failed the audit because it was deemed to an acceptable (helpful) answer by 54 other people.