Besides, so many thanks to meta users and other users for their helps and guidance. But I think, some decisions discourage new users. I think, if any user or new user knows where is his/her mistakes, he/she doesn't have to write their questions. Although, some questions seems to be too simple for professional users, but maybe for other users who don't know their mistakes, are big problems. For this reason, they ask their questions. No users have to answer stupid questions but I think all of us have to respect each others and don't discourage each others. I write any question to which I have encountered and they were 'on hold'!! AS long as writing questions takes a long time for not English-language users, there are not any references to clarify the border between be on-hold and not be on-hold. I think no user want to be on hold, they ask which they don't know! Unknown problems are big problems not simple questions.
Having a question put on hold is neither a disgrace nor a punishment. It is simply a matter site house-keeping.
In your case, you got answers in comments to both questions that were put on hold. You, yourself, acknowledged that the answers were useful to you. The questions were put on hold and will be later closed simply because they have no long term value. The answers you got were useful to you, but they aren't useful to future visitors, so there is no reason for them to clutter up the site in the long term.
Because you did get useful answers, I don't see you have anything to complain about.
I agree that having a question put on hold is not a disgrace, provided that the OP receives useful information. Nonetheless, I have sympathy for new users. Certainly, my first question should have been put on hold, based on the standards that we now seem to be applying.
What does concern me are rude comments that too often are made to new users. Fortunately, I was not the target of rude comments when I asked my first, less than inspired, question but instead received two informative answers. I try to follow the example of those two users and hope that others do too.