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Searching for words or phrases

You can search for words or phrases and use wildcard expressions. Wildcard expressions allow you to search for one or more characters using a question mark or asterisk. The table below describes the results of these different kinds of searches.

Search for

Example

Results

A single word

select

Topics that contain the word “select.” (You will also find its grammatical variations, such as “selector” and “selection.”)

A phrase

“new operator”
or
new operator

Topics that contain the literal phrase “new operator” and all its grammatical variations.

Without the quotation marks, the query is equivalent to specifying “new AND operator,” which will find topics containing both of the individual words, instead of the phrase.

Wildcard expressions

esc*
or
80?86

Topics that contain the terms “ESC,” “escape,” “escalation,” and so on. The asterisk cannot be the only character in the term.

Topics that contain the terms “80186,” “80286,” “80386,” and so on. The question mark cannot be the only character in the term.

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