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We can search for accepted answers. But can we search for answers that were awarded bounties? If not, we should be able to.

Answers that earn a bounty are often of interest for being notably deep or esoteric, as necessitating the bounty in the first place. I feel that it would be beneficial to find these posts more easily. There already advanced search operators for number of answers, number of views, score, etc.; this seems to be of a similar nature and should not be difficult to implement.

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Why would this be useful? –  Michael Mrozek Mar 31 '12 at 18:05
    
@MichaelMrozek: I was just looking for an answer of mine that I got a bounty for (not the accept check, just a bounty). It would have made finding it much easier than trying to remember the phrasing of the question or answer. –  Nicol Bolas Mar 31 '12 at 18:39
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Ah. You can go here: stackoverflow.com/users/734069/… –  Michael Mrozek Mar 31 '12 at 18:43

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