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My question was closed because it was not worded properly.

The helper box prompted me to edit my question but it is still closed.

I'm unable to find instructions on what to do next to get it reopened.

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  • When you edited your question. Did click the checkbox next to "This edit resolves the original close reason and the question should be considered for reopening."? According history of your question, it has not been nominated to be reopened, thus it hasn't been reopened. However, I agree with the answer you recieved, your question is not ready to be reopened.
    – Ramhound
    Apr 3, 2023 at 16:28
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    Your question was not closed solely because it was not worded properly. You state this at the end of your question, “How do I do automate this process for 100+ markdown files in one fell swoop instead of tediously editing them one at a time?” It is not our job to provide scripting tools or tutorials on how to achieve a goal like this. You need to program something in some language where .md files are output. That is not a simple question to answer and not what this site is about. Apr 4, 2023 at 2:38

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Editing isn't enough - the question still lacks clarity on what needs to be done.

So you have a template, sure but what's the data source? What do you want to fill up the files with? How do you want to name them?

Fundamentally, you need to help people help you to resolve your problem and the details that someone who knows the 'tools' needs to apply those skills to your problem.

Right now the problem isn't really defined at all.

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TL;DR: You need to make your question an on-topic, practical, detailed question.


Super User is not a place for any kind of "question".

There are thousands of ways to use a template to generate multiple files from it, but it depend on several factors.

Your question doesn't include enough details for most of the factors. You practically are delegating to others several of the decisions and due to the lack of details there is a great chances that it will be required a lot of back a forth which this site is not intented to have.

If you don't have idea about how to use a template to create 100+ files, you should read a book, take a course, spend time doing tutorials, searching for related questions before asking a question, well, in this case, before editing again your question. Nowadays the Web have a lot of free resources related to what you are looking to do, even to learn to use Google and other search engines, an more recently ChatGPT became a hype, but be careful, trying to use a tool like ChatGPT without having idea about you will be chating with a tool that give looking feasible but wrong reponses besides making you lost time might make become confused and confuse others. Better look for reputable information and education sources.

Once you have a clear idea of how to do what you want to do, if you get stuck, review https://superuser.com/help/on-topic.

If your question is on topic, read carefully https://superuser.com/help/how-to-ask. Then comeback and edit your question.

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