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Is there any way to find tricky question in Stack Overflow?

Maybe there is a tag for that etc.?

For example;

why -3==~2 in C#

I love that style questions. They are neither easy nor difficult, but when I learn their solution I feel lucky myself. And I love it.

I look at Top Votes Question but they are Famous Question.

Is there any way to find this style questions?

EDIT: Is asking here is right or not? I don't know but I want to learn.

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I'm not sure what you mean by "trick question" - the behavior you linked to may be unexpected if you aren't familiar with twos-complement arithmetic, but it's not really a trick IMHO. –  Piskvor May 27 '11 at 12:52
    
@Piskvor You are right. But as i said, these style questions is very useful for me because i'm beginner. NOT trick BUT tricky :) –  Soner Gönül May 27 '11 at 13:04
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Not sure if there is such a tag (and who would tag it like that anyway? The OP? A >20k user?). But if you're interested in puzzle-like questions, perhaps codegolf.stackexchange.com might provide some inspiration? –  Bart May 27 '11 at 13:15
    
A fitting tag would be [not-a-problem]. –  user7116 May 27 '11 at 13:26
    
Maybe some sort of Amazon type system. "Other people that favourited this question also favourited this..." –  Martin Smith May 27 '11 at 13:51
    
How would you implement such a system? Questions that are "neither easy nor difficult" for you will certainly be too difficult for many other users, and too easy for many more. The "rate each question based on difficulty" approach has been suggested before, but ultimately rejected because it is so subjective. –  Pops May 27 '11 at 14:01

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There is also the [puzzle] tag: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/puzzle

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