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Help: Boolean searching

Boolean Searching

When searching with one or more keywords, we highly recommend using a Boolean search method. Boolean search allows you to combine keywords with operators (or modifiers) such as AND, NOT and OR to produce more relevant results.


A variety of different Boolean terms can be included within the same search string; however you may need to include brackets to change the order of precedence:

Examples:

(Java OR HTML) AND London
(Java AND HTML) AND (Sydney OR ACT)
Java AND (Developer OR Engineer)