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This API method has been removed as of Jul 16 '10. The original question is preserved below for posterity.

It is not clear what a "list" of {tags} looks like.

Does this parameter follow the semicolon-separated list format of the id parameter? Is it a comma separated list?

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it should be noted that this method has been removed – Dan McClain Jul 16 '10 at 1:09
    
@phsr and good riddance. – Sky Sanders Jul 16 '10 at 1:15

Hmmm.

Currently {tags} is a space delimited set of tag names. It really ought to be a semicolon delimited set.

So, the next code push will switch to the semicolon behavior. The documentation will be updated to reflect this.


This code has been deployed now.

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that is good. I can now push tags into the params ctor for that route as it is essentially the 'id'. – Sky Sanders Jun 2 '10 at 6:40
    
The documentation for the /questions route isn't clear on what the delimiter is. It just says "List of tags questions must have" So the delimiter is officially changed to semicolon? – lfoust Jul 20 '10 at 6:22
    
@lfoust - yes, the semicolon is the universal unordered set delimiter. – Kevin Montrose Jul 20 '10 at 13:01
    
are you going to update the docs to reflect this? – lfoust Jul 20 '10 at 15:45

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