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    QUASAR Search Tips:

    To find information about a topic, simply type in a few keywords. The more detailed your query, the more relevant your search results will be.

    The QUASAR Search engine also comes with some advanced capabilities to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Some of these capabilities are best described below.



    Translated: requires "CGI," requires "scripting"
    Finds "CGI Scripting," "CGI scripting," and "scripting of type CGI"
    Does not find the lowercase "cgi scripting," nor the abbreviated "CGI script"


    Translated: excludes "CGI," requires "scripts"
    Finds "Perl scripts," "Hollywood scripts," and lowercase "cgi scripts"
    Does not find "CGI definitions" nor "CGI scripts"


    Translated: prefers "CGI," requires "scripts"
    Finds "Perl scripts," "CGI scripts," and "CGI Scripts"
    Documents with both terms appear higher in the list.


    Translated: requires the phrase "CGI scripts"
    Finds "CGI scripts"
    Does not find "CGI Scripts" nor "scripts of type CGI"


    Translated: requires "cgi" (case insensitive), requires words starting with "script"
    Finds "CGI scripts," "cgi scripting," "Cgi scripter"
    The asterisk is a wildcard representing any four or fewer characters.


    Translated: excludes "planet," requires "Venus" (case sensitive), requires "pictures," prefers "images"
    First lists "pictures and images of Venus," then "Venus pictures"
    Does not list lowercase "venus picture," nor forbidden "picture of planet Venus"


    Translated: ignores common words like "where," "is," and "the" and requires words containing "frog"
    Finds "frog," "frogleg," and "bullfrog"
    To suppress the ignore feature, use quotes, as in "Where is the *frog*?"


    Note on case sensitivity: Only words or phrases containing an upper case character will be treated as case sensitive. A search on "usa" will match "Usa", "USA", and "usA", while the term "USA" matches only its uppercase parent.

    The asterisk is also a powerful search tool, but it does have some limitations. It can not span words - i.e., the query "powerfu*earch" would not match the first sentence of this paragraph, and it can represent at most four letters or numbers. To avoid overly broad searches, the asterisk can only be used in words or phrases which have at least three alpha-numeric characters. Thus, a search for "th*" would be ignored.


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