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With Google Custom Search ALL the words you put in the query will be used. To restrict search, just enter more terms.
Attaching a minus sign immediately before a word indicates that you do not want pages that contain this word to appear in your results. The minus sign should appear immediately before the word and should be preceded with a space.
By putting double quotes around a set of words, you are telling Google to consider the exact words in that exact order without any change.
Certain characters serve as a liaison between word groups. Google recognizes hyphens, slashes, spaces, equal signs and apostrophes as the connection between word groups.
Capitalization and special characters
Search is always case insensitive. A search for [ new york times ] is the same as a search for [ New York Times ].
Generally, punctuation is ignored, including @#$%^&*()=+\ and other special characters.
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By standard the search terms entered are linked by an AND relation. All publications are found that contain ALL the search terms.
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When you use a MINUS SIGN in front of a search term all those publications are left out of the search result where this search term is found in the fields searched.
When QUOTATION MARKS are used, exactly this character string is searched.
The ASTERISK can be used as a placeholder, in order to find publications that begin with a defined word.
Umlauts and accents (ä, ö, ü, é, à etc.)
Umlauts and accents are ignored when searching; an ö is equivalent to an o, an à to a etc..
The following fields are included in the search:
You can only search according to the name of a single author. Use the last name or a part of the last name of the person you are looking for.
The publications found can be sorted according to title or date in an ascending or descending order.
By standard, the search result is sorted by date in a descending order, putting the most recent publications at the top of the list.
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