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Tips for using the Enoch Pratt Free Library Site Search:

The chart below shows the search syntax used by our search engine, FusionBot Server. By default, it will only show results for pages containing every word searched. Therefore, if you don't find what you want using several words, try searching using fewer words or use the tips below.

Search Using: Example Explanation
Single Word logical Finds each page containing the word logical
Multiple Words logical idea Finds each page containing the word logical AND the word idea anywhere within the document. Same as if you had typed: +logical +idea (see "Boolean" below)
Exact Phrase "logical idea" Finds each page containing the exact phrase in quotes, meaning only those pages where logical is followed directly by idea.
Using +, -, OR
logical OR idea
Finds each page based on the condition being met using "Boolean operators" (symbols for AND, OR, and NOT.)
A plus (+) before a word indicates that the word MUST exist on the page. A minus (-) before a word indicates that the word MUST NOT exist on the page. An OR separator finds any page that contains either the word logical, or the word idea. The OR separator MUST be all uppercase.
Partial Words
Finds each page where a word exists that either starts with, ends with, or is contained within a particular word or phrase. Therefore, the first example would find any page containing words starting with log, such as logic, log, or logo. The second example would find any page containing keywords ending in ical such as logical or musical. The third example would find each page containing words with log within other words, such as catalogs or genealogy.
Title Search t:logic Finds each page containing the word logic within the <TITLE> section of the HTML.This is what you see at the very top of the browser window, not in the content of the page itself. The <TITLE> is also the bold link shown in the Search Results.
URL Search
(Internet Address Search)

Finds all indexed URLs (Internet addresses) within a site including the domain name, directory path, and filename/extension. Therefore, the example would find these URLs:

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