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How do I search for and/or ?

I know I can search for both: [azure] [php] but I want to search for ([azure]+[php])|[azure], that is, general questions only tagged with , along with questions that are tagged with both and another language.

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I realize this is a silly quesiton. I wanted to "weight" the PHP ones more to the top. Like, if you wanted to talk about [heroku] in general but you really cared the MOST about [heroku][rails]. Perhaps a Sort the results thing? – Scott Hanselman Nov 19 '11 at 0:05
It looks like elasticsearch does have the ability to do the boosting using the ^ but I couldn't get it to work here so it has likely been disabled in some way... or maybe it's a bug. – Beth Whitezel Mar 22 '14 at 5:40

You could use the /questions/tagged/ url, like:
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That URL doesn't seem to weight PHP questions at the top as the OP requested. – Mike Samuel Nov 19 '11 at 1:11

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