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A request for assistance with one of the site's features, or a question where you're expecting a concrete answer, and not discussion. If your question is not reporting a bug, requesting a new feature, or soliciting open discussion, this tag is probably the right one.

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The problem with googling a technical question is that often the results are to sites where you have to pay for information (i.e., Experts Exchange). I know not to even try to get information from any …
answered Oct 6 '08 by Even Mien
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Searching for questions with 'javascript' in the criteria are hidden in the Search Results. Examples: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/javascript https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=thing1+ …
asked May 19 '10 by Even Mien
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Ack. I had 'java*' as an ignored tag.
answered May 19 '10 by Even Mien