Here is the suggested edit to the question. The question originally had a string of 5-10 pointless comments talking about whether the auditor was an idiot or not. I flagged the question to have them all removed and they were. I then edited the question to remove the bit about the auditor since it didn't add to the question and was just there waiting to start another distracting discussion.
Out of context, this edit is minor and should be rejected. However, I presume the reviewer didn't get to see the comments before they were cleaned out by the mods.
Here is the suggested edit to the answer. It just formats the code block properly.
When the critical part of a post is code, is it appropriate to edit it just to format that code? I believe so.
I have spoken out before elsewhere on The Stacks against making trivial edits, so I'm not looking to challenge any editing standards--just justify these two edits.
In this situation, I believe the first edit is a special case and is appropriate; and the second edit, as it belongs to the category of "edits to format code", is non-trivial and also appropriate.
Do y'all agree?