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Is it possible to know exactly how many views any question has got?

You can hover over the '3k views' label to show the exact count: Of course, if you're using a phone or tablet, hovering is rather difficult.
Glorfindel's user avatar
7 votes
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The rate at which I accept answers

Try this query: AAR A snapshot of result for your account:
TheLittleNaruto's user avatar
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7 votes
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For any particular user, how to calculate the number of his/her answers that are accepted?

Yes. You can find them. Observe Advanced Search Tips at the right side while searching: In search box, type user:{your user id or someone whom you want to know} isaccepted:true .You can know ...
The Destroyer's user avatar
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For any particular user, how to calculate the number of his/her answers that are accepted?

Yes, there is a related data query on data.stackexchange. The query name is Users with highest accept rate of their answers. This gives the Link to your profile, Number of answers and number of ...
Sarvabhouma's user avatar
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3 votes
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Advanced search syntaxes?

I think you've missed my comment to your question you mentioned in the question. What you're looking is documented at Help Center Page : How do I search?. You will also see "Advance Search Tips" at ...
Pandya's user avatar
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Given any user- how to find out all such tags for which he/she is the top user?

I have edited a query to make it fulfill half of the requirement. By using this query Tags for which user is top answerer. you can get all the tags for which the given user is top answerer.
Triyugi Narayan Mani's user avatar
3 votes
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Why search bar in our main site automatically taking keywords as tags?

This has been around since long time. This quote is taken from the How do I search? help article: To exclude results from a tag, term or phrase, prefix it with - in your query: waffles -unicorns ...
TheLittleNaruto's user avatar
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2 votes
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This search yields the correct result only when I'm logged in and not when I'm logged out

This is on purpose, according to staff member @animuson here: Search is heavily rate-limited in various ways for anonymous users for performance reasons. Anonymous users get cut off after 500 results ...
Glorfindel's user avatar
2 votes

why isn't my post showing up?

Your posts are visible in your profile under tabs questions and answers. You can also search for your posts using a search operator user:userID. Every user has their own user ID. for you it is 12489 ...
Sarvabhouma's user avatar
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