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The tag has no tag wiki, and at to me, at a glance, does not seem to be one tag, but rather a collection of questions which mention at some point.

What is the proper usage of the tag? What does mean?


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A quick glance at the 86 questions leads to the conclusion that this def has too many definitions. – Toon Krijthe Mar 4 '13 at 8:27
Well, def in Python defines a method... it seems kinda pointless for Python questions. – ben is uǝq backwards Mar 4 '13 at 8:30
@benisuǝqbackwards It'd be like having a method tag when talking about other OOP oriented questions... oh wait! ;) (but yes, I agree, it seems pointless) – J. Steen Mar 4 '13 at 8:33

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