There are posts on meta about multiple "exercises" on a same question. This post is meant to address a question with multiple sub-questions on the same subject.
It is often the case (although unfortunately not often enough) that users show the process which they underwent when thinking about a given problem. But it seems that, sometimes, even this can be a little detrimental to the question itself. I give some examples before further exposing my point:
What happens in both questions is that there are multiple questions on the body of the post, and it is quite hard to pinpoint exactly what the user wants and quite sincerely this style of question is rather repelling to answer (at least for me).
Is this an issue, or is this feeling particular to me? If this is an issue, how to properly address it? (Note that I tried to address it by leaving comments.)