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How can I search my own questions?

How can I search my own questions in Stackoverflow?

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marked as duplicate by Benjol, Andy E, codingbadger, Andreas Bonini, Pops Jan 26 '11 at 15:13

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And now its fairly blatantly a duplicate of several e.g.… but there are several more in "related" – Murph Jan 26 '11 at 12:43

Check out the search tips page. You're probably looking for user:me <keyword(s) you want to find in your questions>.

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Search tips page is available by entering the search box and pressing enter when the box is empty – HuBeZa Jan 26 '11 at 12:49

Click on your name at the top next to your score/rating. It will show all your questions and answers you've provided to others.

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@DRapp: If you look at OP's questions, he has 39 pages (wow!)...he's asking how to search them. – Gerrat Jan 26 '11 at 12:42