Enter a few keywords to search our site. You should read the
search tips to optimize your search results.
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Each term may be preceded by the standard Boolean operators
not, and, or or. If you search for
"dogs not pizzas", you'll find all documents
containing the word "dogs" except those
documents which also contain the word "pizzas". If
you type in "and hot and dog and pizzas", you'll find
only those documents which contain all three search
terms. The default value is or. Thus, a search for
"hot dog pizzas" is the same as
"or hot or dog or pizzas"
and would return pages with at least
one of the three terms.
If a search term has at least one capital letter, like "parIS",
the search will be case sensitive with respect to that word - that is,
only documents containing "parIS" will be found. On the other
hand, lowercase words like "paris" will generate hits
from "Paris", "PARIS", or "parIS".