The link takes me to:
How do you get to UGAnswer from there? I am looking for .Net code samples (but not the ones in the community postings).
I use this:
dumps me directly into advanced search.
SteveA - click on the "Advanced search" to the right of the text box.
If you haven't used this in a long time, the UI changed - you have to search FIRST, then filter based on what you want (e.g. example API code) after the search returns.
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Thanks for the reply Ken. I have used this new search interface to search in general - but I don't believe that there is a filter for .net code examples (like I also believe there used to be in UGAnswer). I could have very well missed seeing a filter for this.
In general the filtered searching approach works fine - it's typical of a lot of retail applications which let you narrow down product searches.
Unless I have a faulty memory of UGAnswer - I can't easliy find now what I used to find in UGAnswer.
As you discovered, you can still filter on "NX API", as you always could.
As far as I can recall, there was never a filter that would let you get only .NET examples (as opposed to Java or C++ examples, or whatever).
Personally, I don't mind the lack of language-specific filters. If I can find code written in any sensible language, it typically helps me write code in my current favorite language. And these days there are even tools to convert code between languages.