To locate words, just type them in as you would in a word processor.
Letter cases will be ignored.
The wild-card character
* (asterisk) may be used to match
just the prefix of a word or to ignore the middle of something.
If the item you wish to locate is more complicated than the simple
can accomplish, try using the regular
expression matcher (http://www.thunderstone.com/texis/site/pages/regexp.html).
To locate a number of adjacent words in a specific order, surround them with
" (double quotation) characters. Putting a
between words will also force order and one word proximity.
|Query || Locates |
| john, John |
| John Public |
| Web browser, web-browser |
| John Q. Public, John Public |
| 1-456-789-ABCDEF |
| activate, activation, activated, ... * |
Table 7.1: Query examples
Word Forms (7.2, here)
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