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How to find your own questions?

There's a tab for it on your profile. You can also click the search box at the top-right and search for user:me is:question.
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How can I list all my posts both deleted and nondeleted?

If you look in the help the full list of search operators is covered there. The page is titled: help/searching. Deleted Posts (requires 10,000 reputation) When you earn the Access to Moderator ...
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Why doesn't search find my answer?

It does seem like search just ignores code blocks; I can't find any mention of if this is intentional, it seems like an odd decision, and the meta thread about the new search engine implies that it ...
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Using wildcards in the title operator

In my trials, wildcards simply do not work when using title:. For a demonstration try searching for title:char*cter. This appears to be an issue that's been known about for at least a year. I found ...
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How can I list all my posts both deleted and nondeleted?

I'm not sure about the correct syntax for doing searches with deleted:, but putting any string after deleted: which is not yes or no seems to work. For example user:674 deleted:* I don't think ...
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I need help finding this question: How to simulate one large file out of many segments?

Just ask the question. If it is indeed a duplicate, it will be closed as a duplicate, and will will have one more way of finding it next time someone has the same issue. That's the simplest way of ...
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indexing and searching within unix.stackexchange.com

The problem is that [foo] already searches for posts tagged with foo. That's what the [ ] do. You can find your question by searching for user:me [disk-image]. Because you searched for tags [disk-...
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Using wildcards in the title operator

The word which is in quotes in the title: . I think there's some oddity (quite possibly a bug) where the indexer stores "which" (including the quotes) but the search query parser strips punctuation ...
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