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I'm not sure which needs to be merged into which, but I would like to request that the and tags be merged.

Personally, I'm a fan of hyphens, so I'd like to see stick around, but whatever floats your boat.

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Actually, DateRange is a C#/.NET class. That is why is used in How to know if a DateTime is between a DateRange in C#. I would rather not use for questions about the class.

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Hrm, you have a valid point, but having two very similar tag names is just confusing to me. Neither tag has a wiki saying how to use it, and you've got Access questions and Oracle questions using the daterange tag as well. Does every single .NET class need a tag? – LittleBobbyTables Feb 19 '13 at 13:54
If the tag doesn't have a tag wiki, then it is better to provide it. I cannot say if every .NET class needs a tag, but if users are using the tag for the class, and it is not just a single user, then the tag it is probably useful. – kiamlaluno Feb 19 '13 at 13:58

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