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Occasionally, I like to look at the list of top-voted questions for a website, and read a bunch of them. Since there are often great answers on poor questions, I find myself wishing I could search the "answers" and rank them by upvotes.

Is there anywhere on the website that I can see a list of the top-voted answers? I think this would be incredibly nice to have.

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I think it does using the is:answer in search then sorting by votes.

stackoverflow.com/search?tab=votes&q=is%3aanswer

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Yep, looks like that works. I see Bobince's legendary "You cannot parse HTML with Regular Expressions" answer right there at the top! –  Robert Harvey May 24 '11 at 2:28
    
And for ones own top voted answers, just add user:me to the search. –  Oded May 15 '12 at 17:02

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