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closed as off-topic by Al E., psubsee2003, CRABOLO, Martijn Pieters, Shadow Wizard Jul 30 '14 at 6:55

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See also: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/33023/… – Shog9 Sep 12 '11 at 7:41

No, they're not the same.

But I agree that we should get rid of in favor of , and should be thrown into the pit.

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Why merge and ? It looks like the latter is about a pretty well-defined subset of the more general .

Personally I think has some valid uses.

seems to be used a bit less consistently. I see it used mostly on two kinds of questions:

  • questions about a specific JavaScript library. In this case it's not useful, as they usually have the concrete library tag as well (and should have it if they don't).
  • questions about finding a JavaScript library for some specific use case (or worse: "which of those is better?").
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