I asked a question some time ago and it got closed. Apparently, the question was not focused enough so I edited the question yesterday and raised a flag to have it reopened. I see that the number of my flags has gone back from 9 to 10 so I guess the moderators decided against reopening my question. No comments were given for why my request was rejected. I want this question to be reopened so I would appreciate it if I can get more specific feedback for the current form of my question.
I can't speak for the people who have closed the question, but I'd hazard a guess that the people latched onto the coding issue itself instead of looking at the workplace issue. We've seen in the past that supplying coding or technical examples often leads to discussions around those technical aspects of the question rather than addressing the interview/rejection aspect (which is more on-topic for this SE site).
Removing the code snippet and generalising the issue ("I was given a coding exercise and couldn't solve it in time, but did after the interview") may have resulted in more focussed answers and comments and protection from closure.
It was closed by the community. I see no reason to reopen it as it hasn't substantially changed. It has 9 answers already, none of which suited you. If it didn't have the answers I might be more inclined.
The community can reopen it if they wish. This is the right place to ask for that to happen.