Kristin Lynch (email@example.com)
Fri, 16 Jan 1998 14:26:18 -0500
I have a quick question...we are trying to come up with an explanation to
put on one on of our HTDig search pages that instructs the user how to form
their search criteria. From what I understand it doesn't use straight
Boolean search stuff, so I wanted to ask you what we should use here.
I checked the site http://htdig.sdsu.edu and couldn't find this
information. If you could help me, I would appreciate it.
Thanks in advance!
From: Chris Mead [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 1998 7:49 PM
Kris -- here is the text for the search page. I think it will work okay.
Use the search function below to find something on www.GoErie.com. Our
search engine uses standard Boolean expression searching and searches all
documents, text or html on the site. It cannot search the Internet or
sites outside of www.GoErie.com.
Boolean expressions are used to describe exactly what you are searching
Food and cheap - matches on all the words listed
Food or cheap - matches on any word in the list
(Food or snack) and cheap - parenthesis groups things together for more
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