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Just use the plain /users/{ids} route. (For network-wide score, see the bottom section, below.) if you run it on your userid, it currently returns: { "items": [ { ... "reputation": 354, ... Which is what you expected. The route you used, /users/{ids}/reputation, has a different purpose. Refer to its doc page: Gets a subset of the ...


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It's allowed with the caveat there's no guarantee it won't be merged, provided that you abide by the good faith criteria. If you attempt to actually run something like the script in your previous post, for example, both accounts will likely be suspended without second thought. Having a separate account for testing doesn't shield you from the consequences of ...


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To get the questions in a tag you can simply use the /questions endpoint as that does accept a tagged query parameter, from that document page: To constrain questions returned to those with a set of tags, use the tagged parameter with a semi-colon delimited list of tags. This is an and contraint ... The API endpoints can relatively simple be used from ...


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I am just 2 years late to answer your question :-( but this should help for anyone else looking for a C# solution. private static async Task<Type> PostToStackOverflowAsync<Type>(string url, Dictionary<string, string> values) where Type : new() { string jsonText; try { using (var client = new ...



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