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Which of , , and should I use? All? Some? What if I am not sure that my problem has anything to do with that version of Qt?

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there are other users who can edit the question with proper tag, when you have doubts in tags. :) – Lucifer Oct 24 '12 at 14:48
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I'd use the and the tags. From the tag excerpt:

Questions specifically about version 4.x of the Qt GUI library. If your question applies to other versions of Qt, use the tag [qt].

Since you are not sure if your question needs the tag at all, better stick with that advice and not use a version-specific tag.

I wouldn't worry too much about what tags to use though; experienced users are happy to retag your question if they feel it could do with better labelling.

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For me as a reader from Qt and c++ those 'c++' and 'qt' are the used tags to follow new questions.

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