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There are 19 questions tagged as b+-tree, which of course won't be accessible from the tag page of , because it is interpreted as " but not ".

According to How can I create a tag that contains "+"? the solution is to use the tag instead.

I can find 17 of them from the Data Explorer but there are 2 missing.

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closed as too localized by kennytm, Toon Krijthe, Pops, kiamlaluno, jadarnel27 Aug 29 '12 at 5:39

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OK I found the remaining two with[b%2B-tree]. – kennytm Aug 19 '12 at 20:47
Heh I was trying to find a way to get them but I kept running out of search queries in my 60 second timeframe. Interestingly, the Top Users and other tabs on that page say they're searching for "b but not tree" even though it's actually searching for "b+-tree" – animuson Aug 19 '12 at 20:50
Ahem, isn't there really such a thing as a b+-tree? And isn't it significantly different from a b-tree? Why didn't you guys just create a b-plus-tree tag, and synonymize b+-tree to it? – Robert Harvey Aug 20 '12 at 2:27
Oh, and this isn't a real blacklist request. Blacklists are dev only, and should be reserved for [really-harmful-meta-tag-thats-completely-useless]. – Robert Harvey Aug 20 '12 at 2:28
@Robert: According to the linked question, they are similar enough to use the same tag. – animuson Aug 20 '12 at 6:32

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