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By trying to search this: hasaccepted:0 excel vba excel-vba

I started to read more about the search options inside SO, and found

how-do-i-search-for-questions-with-specific-tags

Now the answer by Jeff M from community wiki was quite nice, but I wondered why there can't be an additional section between related tags and questions tagged to specify the operator.

It should be easy to build in and would provide a great improvement to fast tag-search, having only to click on a tag-like OR, AND or XOR button. There is even enough space to extend this with tag-like buttons for hasaccepted or is:question.

So please be so nice and tell me, if this feature will/is/was considered and what the result is/was, if there is one.

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seriously, is there a way to search [excel] [or] [vba] [or] [excel-vba] hasaccepted:0 ? – Jook Sep 6 '12 at 14:35
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With the new search engine this should work for you:

[excel] or [vba] hasaccepted:0

http://stackoverflow.com/search?q=%5Bexcel%5D+or+%5Bvba%5D+hasaccepted%3A0

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nice, already tested and found something to answer ;) – Jook Aug 21 '13 at 1:52

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