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So I was trying to do my duty and review some stuff, but I'm not exactly the most knowledgeable in the realm of programming. So I figured I would filter the review list to get questions I could answer. So I tried to review javascript only and all seemed to be well:

javascript filter

Only the question doesn't seem to be javascript at all, I think to myself as I read it, and then come to the tags at the bottom:

Yeah, definitely not javascript. What's going on here?

failed filter

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marked as duplicate by gnat, jmac, hims056, Azik, Martijn Pieters Feb 28 at 7:58

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@Lower, I skipped it since I have absolutely no bloody idea what I was supposed to do with it as I am not savvy in the ways of c++. –  jmac Feb 28 at 4:23
    
Related: meta.stackexchange.com/q/204269/223030 –  michaelb958 Feb 28 at 4:24
    
Definitely review audit –  Kevin Feb 28 at 4:24
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So not cool. Trying to do good, get tripped up on my third review. –  jmac Feb 28 at 4:25

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

It definitely looks like an audit. Why doesn't explicit bool() conversion happen in contextual conversion It has +11 score.

Some people have said you can sometimes tell if it's an audit if the tag doesn't match your filter.

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Sweet lord almighty, you are right. I feel like a dunce. –  jmac Feb 28 at 4:24
    
It's a pretty big tell too; I think I remember a feature-request suggesting we take that out so that those audits aren't so obvious. –  Dennis Meng Feb 28 at 6:27

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