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How do I combine/exclude multiple tags from a search?

I want to search only Google Maps tags and exclude "Android"

I wish to help out in answering Googlemaps questions because I work with google maps in the Brazilian metro system.

Pardon my poor english.

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marked as duplicate by animuson, yoozer8, Bo Persson, Alenanno, McCannot Nov 20 '12 at 20:45

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From reading the advanced search options, and extrapolating off of the + referring to a guaranteed match for a tag, you can use a search like [google-maps] -[android] to search for questions that are tagged and not with .

In general, you can use - to negate something in a search, whether it's a tag, a phrase, or anything.

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thanks much nister – shang Nov 20 '12 at 19:48

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