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How can I search within my own questions?

How to search only within my questions on SO?

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marked as duplicate by random, ChrisF, Ladybug Killer, Ether, fretje Feb 4 '10 at 10:42

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@ChrisF - you missed a bit (questons -> questions). Anyone with 2k care to edit? – Dominic Rodger Feb 2 '10 at 11:14
@Dominic - Damn! I missed that one. Firefox does highlight errors in text boxes, but it does in text areas. – ChrisF Feb 2 '10 at 11:33
You always manage to post poorer quality dupes:… – random Feb 2 '10 at 11:34
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Under the Advanced Super Ninja search options, it mentions being able to use:


I put your user id number in there and you should only get questions you have posted in with that in your search terms. You can also apply this is to any user id and get all question only by a certain user.

And Dominic Rodger reminds us of the shortcut also:


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There's also a handy shortcut - user:me. – Dominic Rodger Feb 2 '10 at 11:07
ok , but how to search from a keyword withing my answers – Jitendra Feb 2 '10 at 11:07 i opened this and then i inserted "jquery" in search box but it's not showing my questions only – Jitendra Feb 2 '10 at 11:10
@Jitendra - type user:me jquery into the search box, the search box doesn't remember previous searches. – Dominic Rodger Feb 2 '10 at 11:13
@Dominic Rodger - Thanks very much – Jitendra Feb 2 '10 at 11:53
or to search within the jquery tag, use user:me [jquery] – Rich Seller Feb 2 '10 at 12:03

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