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You can use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer for these kind of things. For Q1, this query lists the questions answered by the two highest reputation users on the site, but you can easily adjust the user IDs. Q2 requires a slightly different query (I took your user ID and a random person who answered one of your latest questions). Please note that SEDE is ...


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That's right. You can't use user:JackOfAll. What happens if you change your username? Instead, you can search by a userid, which is the number you see in the search box when click on a user's profile. If you're interested in your own posts, you can use user:me instead.


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You can use the advanced search functionality: searching for e.g. user:me is:q derivative will give all posts by you, which are questions, and contain the word 'derivative':


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Your selection, right to the "0 questions with bounties" is set to "Bountied". Change to "Active" or "Newest".


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Yes, there's an advanced search option for this: just add inbookmarks:mine to your search query. You can even search within another user's bookmarks; I don't have any bookmarks on the main site, so when I search for inbookmarks:mine integration I get no results, but this must be the results you get: The ability to group them has been requested (a couple of ...


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You can achieve this using a SEDE query. In particular using this query you need to enter the deleted user's displayname and the non-deleted posts will be shown ordered by their Score. For example this will be the result for the user you mentioned in the question.


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You can search for user:me closed:1; the Stack Exchange search engine will automatically convert the me into your user ID. There's no way on the main site to sort them and have the most recently closed ones shown first. For that, you'd need the Stack Exchange Data Explorer. This query does that; you do need to enter your own user ID (171248), and it will ...


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Per this request I've added the following paragraph at the help center article about search: This article covers the basics on the built-in search. Please take a look at a community meta post on how to search on this site, both with the built-in search and some external tools. Please let me know if you have any concerns. Thanks to everyone who has ...


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The page How do I search? in the help center contains only advice on the built-in search. Maybe a link to meta could be included at the beginning (or near the beginning). Various ways to search this site (both using the built-in search and using some external tools) are summarized on meta: How to search on this site? The purpose of this answer is mainly ...


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Try user:171248 closed:1. The number 171248 is your user number which can be found in the URL of your profile.


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Currently it is not possible. However, exact symbol matches are supposed to be prioritized to the very top of search results. As a result, in your complex number example, it should first list as many $i^2 = -1$ as possible before other possibilities such as $n^2 = -1$. However, this gets tricky when you enter a larger expression as query where only small ...


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Probably this question was asked partly due to the fact that the post did not appear in the search results in Approach0. The reason is that this search engine differentiates between \left|...\right| and |....|. (On the other hand, \left(...\right) or \left{...right} are treated the same as (...) or {...}. In this case, the shape of the bracket already ...


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For the MathSE built-in search: as non-MathJax is detected more accurately we can use some of the content in the body of the post to aid our search. So for example: \leq "integral formula" gives around 350 results and fine-tuning to "f(z)" \leq "integral formula" yields 223. We can also try variants like \le in place of \leq ...


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Even though it turned out the the problem mentioned in the questions was posted on another site, users of Mathematics Stack Exchange still might be interested to see whether this problem (or similar one) was discussed also here. This is a CW-answer trying to collect some related posts - feel free to add more if you find some of them. Integer solutions to $\...


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Stack Exchange API have a function to return replies to specific user, so it is possible that you could somehow search among replies to you using this. But as I am not really familiar with using the API, I won't be able to suggest details of such method. As mentioned in the comments, you could use the SEDE (Data Explorer). This was suggested also in older ...


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I've composed the SEDE query Search comment by keyword AND Q/A author to address your question. My query has two input fields: keyword: the keyword search you want. In your question, it's first order. I've chosen a very insensitive collation, but feel free to adjust it to your needs. PostAuthor: the question/answer's author. In your question, it's 1281. ...


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