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You can edit the link and provide my tags by separating them with space, err, that is, separating them by %20, which is the url-encodingURL encoding for a space.

So, the urlURL to look at C# questions is:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23

If you want to get all questions about C# and SQL, you can modify it to this:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23%20SQL

This will give you the intersection query. There is, afaikAFAIK, no way to do a union query as of yet. I'm sure they'll provide one eventually.

You can edit the link and provide my tags by separating them with space, err, that is, separating them by %20, which is the url-encoding for a space.

So, the url to look at C# questions is:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23

If you want to get all questions about C# and SQL, you can modify it to this:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23%20SQL

This will give you the intersection query. There is, afaik, no way to do a union query as of yet. I'm sure they'll provide one eventually

You can edit the link and provide my tags by separating them with space, err, that is, separating them by %20, which is the URL encoding for a space.

So, the URL to look at C# questions is:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23

If you want to get all questions about C# and SQL, you can modify it to this:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23%20SQL

This will give you the intersection query. There is, AFAIK, no way to do a union query as of yet. I'm sure they'll provide one eventually.

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You can edit the link and provide my tags by separating them with space, err, that is, separating them by %20, which is the url-encoding for a space.

So, the url to look at C# questions is:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23

If you want to get all questions about C# and SQL, you can modify it to this:
http://beta.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%23%20SQL

This will give you the intersection query. There is, afaik, no way to do a union query as of yet. I'm sure they'll provide one eventually