I wonder, why is the answer given to my question here from dr. Sybren a valid answer? I flagged the answer but it has not been removed. I argue that this is not proper way of answering a question. I believe that a person who wants to answer a question needs to make sure that his/her answer really works, at least to some extend. However, the answer to my question not only does not work but the author of the answer argues with me on why I did not appreciate him. I just told him he needs to make sure his answer work and that's it! I was thinking that compiling Blender and using it as a module might be causing some weird issues on my side. That is exactly why I asked him to make sure his code works and I provided one obj file for him to do that (he could have done it via copying the obj file many times. dr. Sybren's answer might work in another context or question where someone might have asked a question like how to remove blocks more efficiently or properly? but definitely not for my question. He could have instead posted a comment about what he posted in length, as an answer.
Although I appreciated him answering my question but I just got a bit upset cause he was literally sure that his answer is the answer to my question, without testing his code. He says I wrote things using my mobile phone but again, this is his fault not my fault. He needs to make sure his answer works (again, at least given the information provided) what does writing an answer on a mobile phone has do to with me? (how come he was write such a long answer on a mobile phone anyways, that I don't know)
Anyways, I thought I should bring my case to the judges here :) I already flagged the answer and my request has been rejected I think. Of course, I totally agree that people have different biases and opinions (including admins) but I'm not sure if one of the admins up-voted dr. Sybren's answer after I flagged it and not mine; my answer clearly solves the issue and his does not in any way and even partially. If that has been the case, then I believe that this also undermines the quality of the way admins review things and they should pay more attention. This does not help improve the quality of the website in the long run :)
Thanks for consideration and sorry for my frank tone; I absolutely do not have any bad intentions of writing these things here.