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  • Two are general purpose "how can I perform debugging in this context?"
  • Two are "what is the bug in this specific piece of code?"

Is it useful to have both types of question under the same tag, or would there be a benefit to using different tags? For example, perhaps for conceptual questions about debugging computer graphics code, and for how to fix a specific problem. A suggestion of a better name would be welcome. The tag wikis could then describe the usage.

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    $\begingroup$ I agree that debugging should only be for conceptual questions, but I don't think we need a tag for broken code questions. Many questions with specific code will be about code that is broken somehow (doesn't work, too slow, needs too much memory, ...). $\endgroup$ – Nero Nov 8 '16 at 2:23

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