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- To match a phrase, enclose it in double quotes.
AND can be used to search for documents containing two expressions.
OR can be used to search for documents containing either one of two expressions.
- Parentheses can be used to build up complicated search expressions. For example, “(foo AND bar) OR (me AND you)”
- Prefix a search term with “-” to avoid it from appearing in the results. For example, “-discussion” will omit “discussion”.
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