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The lexically first tag '#' gives an error when clicking on it. The url is http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/# . I think it's because SO thinks you search for an anchor. Anyways which that clearly a bug.

The link above works but when you go through http://stackoverflow.com/tags?tab=name it doesn't (for me).

Edit: The tag has disappeared from the tags page.

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I have retagged that question from (incorrectly) [#] to [c#]. But the underlying problem still exists though. – kennytm Aug 10 '10 at 6:15

Actually, it (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/%23) takes me to the problemz cat, with error:

Incorrect syntax near 'AND'.

The same happens for the (non-existing) [+], [-] and [_] tags; meanwhile, the [:] tag gives a blank page, but I think it is a different problem.

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How did you know it was Incorrect syntax near 'AND' ? I thought SO wouldn't give up this information. If it did, it'd be like running around and screaming, "We've got an SQL injection hole here!" – GSerg Aug 9 '10 at 16:44
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@GSerg - it's an html comment in the source for that page. – user27414 Aug 9 '10 at 16:59
    
Ah. So they are running around then :) – GSerg Aug 9 '10 at 17:21

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