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I was just thinking of the Programming section, it can be hard at times to go through and find questions on specific languges... SO, how hard would it be to split this off to sub-categories as I reckon it'd be better for those that want C advice to be able to browse C instead of everything?
Or, a new convention could be adopted: Explicitely tell everyone what language you're using in the thread title. So, rather than 'how do I do this?' you could have 'how do I do this in C++?', or even; 'C++: how do I do this?'. So many combinations...
I agree with this. For example, I am interested in C++, and every time I am in the programming form, I have to sort through a lot of questions before I find one in C++ that interests/is informative for me. So, just like the game forum under the software forum, and various distro forums under a single forum, it will be better to have some sub-forums for languages like C/C++/java etc.,.