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Taken from the HouseSpider webpage (http://housespider.sourceforge.net).

The search terms in the text input box can consist of phrases, exclude-words or logical expressions. Case is always ignored.
  • Phrases: Search words enclosed by quotes are treated as one phrase.
  • Exclude-words: Search words starting with a minus (-) are treated as exclude-words, i.e., words that should not be matched.
  • Logical expressions: Use "|" and "&" to make logical or/and-expressions. The default is to assume "and" between all words, that is, all words/phrases in the text input box should be matched, so the use of "&" is not necessary. (A word starting with a plus (+) is also treated as part of a logical and-expression.)

Some examples:

Text input box     Meaning of input
"hello you" bye Will match pages containing the phrase "hello you" and the word "bye".
hello | you | bye Will match pages containing at least one of the words "hello", "you" and "bye".
hello you bye Will match pages containing all the words "hello", "you" and "bye".
hello & you & bye Same as above.
hello +you +bye Same as above.
hello -you bye Will match pages containing the words "hello" and "bye", but not "you".
-"hello you" tea | coffee Will match pages that don't contain the phrase "hello you " and contain one of the words "tea" and "coffee"..

Note that you should quote the search word if special characters and/or logical operators appear in the start of the word.

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