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Should the example for search filter answers use a bigger number than one?

Search filters are documented in /search, e.g. for Stack Overflow. (These filters were originally described in a Stack Overflow blog entry: Stack Overflow Search – Now 61% Less Crappy.)

The line for filter answers reads (description and example):

questions that have a minimum number of answers         answers:1 apples oranges

As the allowed value is not limited to just 0 or 1: should a number higher than 1 be used?

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Is this intended to distinguish it from the other on/off options (e.g. intitle). If so, this seems like a good idea to me. – Dominic Rodger Mar 14 '10 at 21:22
Sounds like a good idea. Other uses are for on/off or yes/no switches so this would make it clear that it's the number of answers you're looking for. – ChrisF Mar 14 '10 at 22:23

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