One of my questions is https://judaism.stackexchange.com/q/83998/5275

Occasionally, I like to delve into some of the technical aspects of the site or try some ideas for programming languages, etc.

What do the last two numbers on the URL represent?

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83998 is the ID number of that post. Every post (question or answer) has a unique ID number associated with it.

5275 is your user ID number. It's not needed to get to the post, but if you share a link with your user number at the end, then credit is given to your user towards badges like Announcer. When I share the link to that post it looks like https://judaism.stackexchange.com/q/83998/759 because my user ID number is 759. If you want you could just use https://judaism.stackexchange.com/q/83998 and it would work just fine.

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