Xavatoria Search Engine
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To find information about a topic, simply type in a few keywords.
The more detailed your query, the more relevant your results.Our search engine also comes with some advanced capabilities
to help you find exactly what you''re looking for. These capabilities
are best shown with a few examples:
Finds "IBS treatments", "IBS Treatments", and "treatments for IBS".
Does not find the lowercase "ibs treatments", nor the abbreviated "IBS treat".
Finds "allergy treatments", "alternative treatments", and lowercase "ibs treatments".
Does not find "IBS causes" nor "IBS symptoms".
Finds "allergy treatments", "IBS treatments", and "IBS Treatments".
Documents with both terms appear higher in the list.
Translated: require the phrase "IBS treatments"
Does not find "IBS Treatments" nor "treatments for IBS".
Translated: require ibs (case insensitive), require words starting with "treatment"
Finds "IBS treatment", "Ibs treatment", "IBS treatments".
The asterisk is a wildcard representing any four or fewer characters.
Translated: require massage (case sensitive), require foot, forbid chiropody, prefer price
First lists "foot Massage prices", then "Prices Massage".
Does not list lowercase "massage prices", nor forbidden "chiropody prices".
Translated: ignores common words like where, is, and the - requires words containing "Acu"
To suppress the ignore feature, use quotes, as in "What is *Acu*?".
Note on case sensitivity - only words or phrases containing an
upper case character will be treated as case sensitive.
"USA", and "usA", while the term "USA"
matches only its uppercase version.The asterisk is a powerful search tool, but has some limitations. It
cannot span words - that is, the query "powerfu*earch" would not match the
first sentence of this paragraph - and it can represent at most four letters
or numbers. To avoid overly broad searches, the asterisk can only be used
in words or phrases which have at least three alpha-numeric characters.
A search for "th*" would be ignored.
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