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Adjacency
Multiple words in one search box are searched as if you had put an and boolean operator between them. If you wish to search for the words as a phrase, enclose them in quotes.
Wildcard Characters
A question mark ? matches any single character in any position beyond the second character. A search for ba? will work, but b? will not return any results.
Use a single asterisk * to represent up to 50 characters in any position beyond the third character if it is the last character or the fourth character if it is inside a string. A search for foo* or barr*er will work, but b* and *bar will not return any results.
Diacritics
Searches that include Latin characters with diacritical marks (e.g., ñ, ö, è) will only retrieve records with that diacritical form of the character. The characters are indexed as both their diacritical form and ASCII equivalent form, so you can retrieve records with and without the diacritical form by searching on the ASCII equivalent. Characters without a reasonable ASCII equivalent will only search as themselves.
Operators
Use and or or to specify multiple words in any field, any order. Use not to exclude words. Parentheses group words together when using Boolean operators.
Proximity
Use ~n to specify words within n number of words of each other, in any order. Surround your string in quotation marks. Proximity cannot be combined with wildcards or Boolean operators.
Reserved Words
To search for the operators and, or, and not as words, enclose them in quotes or enter them before or after other search terms.