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weeks ago, I read a good answer to my question,

I only remember there's a key word python3.8 in the answer.

How could I search the python3.8 through all the answers I got.

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  • No direct way to do that using the built in search, must use tools like SEDE for that. – Shadow Wizard Nov 8 at 9:26

You can use this SEDE query, but I wasn't able to find the answer you were thinking about (at least not on Stack Overflow).

You can change the query parameters to explore further; on the bottom, there's a site switcher. Your UserId (which is site-specific) is in the URL of your profile page. Note that the query is case sensitive.

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