I know there has been a lot of discussion about categories for closing questions due to being off-topic. Many question, like this recent one should certainly be closed, because it's simply people asking the community to do work for them, showing no effort nor previous research (a.k.a Tom Sawyerism). However, I find that this doesn't really fit into any of the existing options for off-topic. As was articulated by m_goldberg on that particular question:
Other: I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because there is no well-posed question in this post; the OP is simply begging for somebody to act as a free coding service
Since (at least to my impression) there are many such question (from the recent past: this, that, and that) , I would suggest to add m_goldberg's answer (or some close variant) as a category for off-topic. I am always too lazy to actually spell this out so in such cases I mark the "trivial mistake that can be found in the documentation" or "needs a professional help" bullet, depending on my mood, by more often than not this is simply inaccurate. I think it would be better if the real reason was correctly pointed out, both for the OP and for future OP's.