In the past few days, I saw 2 questions that were asking for a review of code written for a programming challenge.
However, both of them had something strange, I hadn't seen in other questions. The OP was asking for a review of his solution, which was written in two languages. Specifically this question.
Personally, I see this as two questions, because both of the languages are different and hence the reviews would be completely different. Nevertheless, it has been framed into a single question.
Is this allowed?
I'm currently learning c++ coming from a python background, so I'll include a solution in python and in c++ for the following problem statement and based on very helpful answers obtained on my previous question I made some improvements in the c++ implementation:
If this isn't allowed, how should I report this to moderators?
I strongly believe that it should be formatted into two questions. Otherwise, I feel that the question wouldn't be focused + it's likely that the reviewer doesn't know both the languages, in that case, he would only be able to review a part of the question.
To re-enforce a point made by @Reinderien, accepting only one answer won't make sense in these kinds of questions too.