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Parsing of newest unanswered C++ questions seems to have broken

Am I using StackExchange incorrectly? I start by looking at all unanswered questions at this URL: http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered

There, I filter for "visual-studio-2010" questions by clicking on the gray chicklet in the right-hand column. I end up at this URL, and that seems fine: http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/visual-studio-2010 AT this point, I can see "3,901 questions with no answers tagged with visual-studio-2010".

I further want to filter to questions involving visual studio and C++, so I click the "c++" chicklet in the right-hand column. That takes me to this URL: http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/visual-studio-2010%20c%2b%2b

But the thing is I'm looking at "questions with no answers tagged with 'visual-studio-2010' 'c'". Note that's 'c', and not 'c++'.

Am I don't something incorrectly?

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marked as duplicate by Mat, Tim Stone, Manishearth, ChrisF, amanaP lanaC A nalP A naM A Dec 18 '12 at 19:54

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Looks like a bug. It's not quite the same, but you can use this view instead for the time being. –  Tim Stone Dec 18 '12 at 18:28

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Does seem to be a bug, yes.
Until it is fixed, you can get to see the questions you want by typing
[c++] [visual-studio-2010] answers:0
in the search box.

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What you can do is , filter for visual-studio-2010 then, further filter for c++, then at the bottom on favorite tags input you enter c and then you will see c questions highlighted like in this link.

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is it possible to explain the down-vote ? –  Mehdi Karamosly Dec 18 '12 at 20:51

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