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For example, when trying to dig up an old question, I had to resort to my browser history, because the search wouldn't show it to me, no matter what.

The same goes for tries to find it with user:me is:answer trivial and similar queries. Can we get the search fixed to find stuff like that? Or can somebody explain me how I can (correctly) search for wildcards?

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This Google query narrows it down to the second page :) – Jack Feb 24 '13 at 5:50

Wildcard searches such as the one you linked are in fact supported now. This is a side-effect of an earlier improvement but useful all around, enjoy!

For those curious, the search was [c++] [c++11] has_trivial*

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Awesome! Have a banana: ๐ŸŒ – Xeo Mar 24 '13 at 10:37

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