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It seems that people use the tag in combination with other tags like , , or , when what they really mean is:

We're considering synonymizing to , which would effectively force users to use the more specific version of the "strongly-typed" tags, but I thought I'd find out what the community thinks first.

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closed as off-topic by rene, Martijn Pieters, ɥʇǝS, Monica Cellio, Adam Lear Jul 17 '14 at 22:28

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As someone who knows about strong typing, I approve. First, there are questions about other concepts (related to ASP.NET? A subject I know nothing about) that need to be retagged, e.g. these questions should probably have one of the strongly-typed-xxx tags. – Gilles May 10 '12 at 23:12