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One of the most common responses from the experts when a question is first posted is along this line: "Can you show me what you've got by submitting a minimal working example (MWE)?"
That prompts the question of whether a basic "how to" would be helpful.
Edit to address the distinction between @marmot's very valid point regarding content, accompanying by @Werner's thoughts in a similar direction, and the link to that "dissertation" response, and @Troy's and @DavidCarlisle's points addressing the "how to."
The "dissertation" at the linked-to question doesn't say simply, "This is all we need you to do," when it comes to the process of adding the code segment. The more I've studied that, the more obvious it is that this question is magnificently distinct, because "how to" is a mere afterthought included pretty much at the very tail end of that "dissertation." That one addresses "content" of the MWE. Some do have an issue deciding what is "essential;" hence the value in the "dissertation" and @marmot's suggestion that one not focus solely on the "how to."
However, this is not a duplicate of that "dissertation." To be into \LaTeX, at all, is, if not a self-evident moniker of moxy, a suggestion of some level of interest or capability with coding. I don't think the vast majority of OPs have a problem with the notion of "minimal." The "dissertation" addresses "minimal," not "how to." So, my question exits to point out that what we're talking about isn't so much a matter of understanding "minimal" as it is understanding the basic "how to" in getting the contents of one's .tex file into the question.
Where the OP sees the simplicity of the mechanics, of the process, of copy/paste from the .tex file into the question window, whether edited for the needed leading spaces before or after "pasting," I expect there'll be more MWE's submitted originally, and then, when submitted, submitted in the window rather than the comments section, where the OP has just a tad of "how to" guidance in the matter.
No, this question is in no way addressed by the "dissertation" question/answer regarding "content" of the MWE. Please remove the very distracting opening link.