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How can I query the question database? For example, at this moment I would like to see the questions with 0 answers for the tag elementary-number-theory. Is there a query syntax? Are there more query possibilities when I use the API to this site?

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  • $\begingroup$ Since you mentioned the API: no, the search capability there is greatly reduced compared to the built-in site search. The documentation says as much. $\endgroup$ – user147263 Feb 21 '15 at 17:53
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You don't really need to check the database per se (which I interpret to mean either the SEDE, or the public data dumps). The search options available on the main site should be sufficient.

More information about search options can be found in the Help Center.

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You can type the tag [elementary-number-theory] and click "unanswered" (directly below "ASK QUESTION") in order to see the unanswered questions for the tag. However, the results are then automatically sorted by vote count, from highest to lowest.

You're probably better off clicking "newest" (below and between "TAGS" and "USERS") and scrolling down if the question was relatively recent (within the past few days).

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