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How do I search a specific user's answers?

Hi there,

THis is probably an easy one but i can't seem to figure it out.

I can search questions using the search box.. But can i search ONLY within my own questions?

And is it possible to search the questions of a specific user.

Any help really appreciated

My question applies to stackoverflow.com

Thanks

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marked as duplicate by YOU, Nick Craver Mar 28 '11 at 13:13

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Just click usernames, it will put "user:[user_id]" (user:457172 for you) in the search box, and add keywords or tags after that and search.

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