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I think the "general" consensus is: you rather prefer to keep your answers around. See Should I delete my own downvoted answer? for example. The point is: anything that is "worth" asking about in the real world comes with context and nuances. Therefore questions that can be answered "100 percent" correctly are very rare (or ...


If your answer adds anything helpful to the post, I think you should keep it. And if the only reason you are considering deletion is because you think people are more inclined to look at the problem if no answers are given, that's not a good reason to delete a possibly helpful answer. Questions are meant to be answered (well, most of them anyway). Don't ...


Just saying (since apparently I can actually post an answer here, and that's about it). This problem is literally why I've never actually provided any useful information on any Stack Exchange despite having had an account for years. Every time I run across a location where I actually have something useful to say, I'm blocked from doing so. Undoubtably this ...


Stack Overflow's contributors are a big factor in what keeps people returning to get answers and give solutions to questions. An occaisional gift of appreciation of a small amount of company stock would give a greater sense of ownership and commitment from long term contributors.


All current answers here missed the simple and honest mistake made: using a comma. In order to show questions having two tags, just have a space between them, no comma: This way you'll get only the questions, no answers, in the search results. By adding a comma (or anything else) you turn this into ordinary search, which returns both questions and answers, ...


You're getting results for all posts, not only questions. The first post in your search results is of an answer, that's what the "A:" prefix means. The second result is a question, indicated by the "Q:". If you would like questions only, then add is:q to your search and you will not see answers.


To be clear it's not showing the questions twice - it's actually showing you the question and then the answers to the question (if there are any). Search returns both questions and answers. If you want to only include questions in your results, then you can include a filter of is:question. You can see the Advanced Search options by clicking Advanced Search ...


One is answer and other one is question. If you want to filter further, you can use is:q or is:a in the search bar. Related help center article: How do I search?

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