Enter one or more search terms in the text field below, then click the Search button:
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Atomz uses similar rules for searching as many popular Internet Portals. For example, it understands plus (+) and minus (-) signs, to indicate required and excluded words. This is called the Internet parser.
The following are example searches.
Single Word Search
A single word search will return documents that contain the word searched for or forms of the word searched for. For example, if you were to search for run, you would find documents containing "running", "ran" and "runner", as well.
A wildcard search will find words that match a particular pattern. For example, *run* will find reruns, *run will find "rerun," and run* will find "runner".
An accrue search looks for any of the words given. The more given words in the document and the more they appear, the better. Jean Luc Piccard is an example of an accrue search.
Boolean searches find documents that are true to a given statement. For example:
Will find documents containing both "bill" and "clinton". These words do not have to be near one another in the document. For example, documents containing "Bill Clinton," "Bill T. Clinton" or "Clinton R. Bill" would be found.
Will find documents containing "bill" but not documents containing "clinton". For example, a document containing "Telecommunications Bill" would be found, whereas a bill containing "Clinton R. Bill" or "Bill Clinton" would not be found.
A phrase search looks for a group of words. For example, the phrase search "monkey boy" would find documents containing "monkey boy", but not documents containing just "monkey" or just "boy".