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Like so, in the query section of the URL: http://api.stackoverflow.com/0.8/questions/?body=true&field=value&field1=value1 See Wikipedia.
Regarding the following question, Can I always assume that removing the "api." subdomain will result in the base url of the site? No, According to Kevin here
No. Generally speaking, no ids are unique across sites. There are some situations where they line up (like linked meta user ids to their parent site user ids), or places where an id series is shared within a site (question_id and answer_id won't collide on Stack Overflow, for example); but these are basically implementation details, unless called out in ...
/sites returns all sites in the network. Valid StackExchange 2.0 sites can be found there, alongside the extant trilogy sites. Currently, as they are all in beta, they all reside at "somename".stackexchange.com. As they graduate they will acquire "proper" domains.
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