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a plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or workings of a program, database, stored procedure, or other object before it is created or made.
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the process of migrating off-topic questions from a Stack Exchange site to another.
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For questions about the flagging process, how flags are handled, etc.
For questions about the process and etiquette of creating new tags.
Requests for new entries for the FAQ repository on this site should use this tag.