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G O T O

L O G I N

SearchPages 

  • You can search pages by combining words with &(and) and |(or). There must be a blank in front and rear of them, otherwise each conditional operator will be a part of the word to search for. You will get a better result only by choosing proper words and operators.

  • Keep in mind that blanks unadjacent immediately to a conditional operator will be target characters.

  • You can also exclude a given word by prepending ~ to the word.

  • Options: Search options like t, c, i, r, ~, R, M, P, -, and @ can be specified to limit the result of the given condition. ex) /ti, /it, /tir
    • t: Title: Search in title only
    • c: Content: Search in content only
    • i: IgnoreCase: Search case-insensitively
    • r: RegularExpression: Search by regular expressions
    • ~: Range: Search by ASCII code range
    • R: RecentChanges: Sort the result by modified time
    • M: MostPopular: Sort the result by hits count
    • P: RecentPages: Sort the result by created time
    • -: Reverse: Reverse the result of the sorted result
    • @: Random: Make the result random
    • If R, M, P, -, and @ are specified more than once, the last one is used.
    • If both t and c are specified, given condition should be matched both in title and content.

  • It is possible to search for a slash(/) following words by using dummy option that is a slash which comes last in a condition statement. ex) /t/, /it/, and // search for /t, /it, and / respectively.

Examples

  • ( this | that) &  this place  &    three spaces just in front of this phrase
    The first blank followed by 'this' is a part of the word, so the first word is ' this'; ' | ' and ' & ' are conditional operators. Therefore this condition is used to search for pages which contain ' this' or 'that', and ' this place ' and '   three spaces just in front of this phrase'.
    Note that the four spaces in front of 'three spaces' are not all part of the condition because & should eat up two adjacent spaces to be an and conditional operator.

  • (wiKiX&CellVic & wikiZ) | PDA
    Search for pages which contain 'wiKiX&CellVic' and 'wikiZ'; or 'PDA'.

  • wikiz/i
    Search case-insensitively for pages which contain wikiz. ex) wikiz, wikiZ, wIkIz,...

  • ~WikiWiki & wikiZ
    Search for pages which have no 'WikiWiki' but have 'wikiZ'.

  • a ~b
    In this case, ~ is not an exclude operator because it is not adjacent to & nor |, so the word is 'a ~b' itself.

  • ~(a | b)
    If you think that the above condition is equivalent to ~a & ~b, it's absolutely wrong; ~ operator can not be applicable in front of parentheses. It's not a valid condition, so no page might be searched for.

  • a/t~ or a ~ /t~
    Search for page names which start with 'a' or above 'a' in ASCII value(>='a').
    Note that ~ operator should also be surrounded by two spaces.

  • a ~ ca/t~
    Search for page names which start with >='a' and <'ca'.

  • D ~ \x74/t~
    Search for page names which start with >='D' and <0x74 hexadecimal ASCII code.

  • ~ s/t~
    Search for page names which start with <'s'.

Posted by HuidaeCho at 2003-07-18 17:10:37 . 2633 hits . source . info . diff . 0.020 sec