I hate to sound like a broken record, but closing this question as not constructive makes no sense to me. The canned explanation reads in relevant part:
We expect answers to be supported by facts, references, or specific expertise, but this question will likely solicit debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion.
In fact the question has a short, simple answer that can be supported by facts: the information given is not sufficient to answer the question, and this can easily be illustrated with a couple of examples.
Not a real question comes a little closer to being a legitimate reason for closure; that was the reason chosen by those who closed the OP’s one previous question. But even that isn’t really accurate, since it seems quite clear what the question is asking, and indeed I provided an answer before the question was closed.
I said nothing when that question was closed, because it had been answered. This one has not, even in the comments, and I can see no reason to have closed it instead of answering it, let alone closing it with a specious reason. I should really like to know the thinking behind doing so. This is MSE, after all, not MO.
I’m not suggesting that the question should be re-opened, by the way: it now has an answer in the comments that is at least marginally adequate. I do think, though, that the OP has been treated rather shabbily.