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I usually use: q=oscar-reyes+site%3Astackoverflow.com, but that yields bot questions and answers.

Does anyone have a way to identify only answers ? ( or only questions? )

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Here's a reference to the current API implementation of the answers request:

http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/17037/unofficial-so-api-reference/17040#17040

(Linked to avoid having to update more than one place for API info)

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This gets you the first 1,000 answers. The API will not provide more than 1,000 answers at one time. You can probably increase the page to 2 for users who have more than 1,000 questions.

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