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I think which has 55 questions should be a merged or made synonymous with (as you see fit), which has 897.

The tag seems to be used to speak about a buffer in general terms, or deals with using multiple buffers in text editors. I think the tag covers both of those cases, and the context of the question can dictate whether it's a single buffer or multiple ones.

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Watch out for questions also tagged with a variation on "protocol" -- they're probably about "Protocol Buffers", a wonderful thing with a horrible name and a separate tag, protocol-buffers. – Charles Jan 24 '12 at 7:02

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