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Say I want to search for the term "yield" in posts that are tagged either or , how should I formulate the search phrase?

Based on the following:

one might assume that the search phrase "[c#] [or] [python] yield" should do the trick. Unfortunately, it does not seem to work. What am I missing?

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p.s. I was considering how a userscript can be used to provide this feature when I hit this roadblock. – Shawn Chin Oct 15 '12 at 12:32
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You are missing the "or" without square brackets.

Search it with

[c#] or [python] yield

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Cool. I believe that was not possible when the question was asked circa 2 years ago :) – Shawn Chin May 28 '14 at 7:46

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