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No, Search is case insensitive. For example, searching on “select” will also find “Select,” “SELECT,” etc.
Yes, Search finds all instances of the partial word, regardless of what precedes or follows it. For example, searching on “run” will also find “running,” “runtime,” “re-run,” “truncate,” etc.
Use quotation marks to search on a phrase, such as “application configuration file”. Quoting a phrase is also useful when searching for keywords that are made up of common words, such as “do until“ and “for do”.
You can narrow the scope of your search by selecting a topic from the dropdown to the right of the Search field. For best results, we recommend that you first search for a term in “All files” and use the search filters only if you get too many hits.
You can also use the Boolean operators AND, OR, NOT, and ( ) to better focus your search. By default, multiple words in the Search field are ANDed.
To clear the highlighting on a page, click the “Remove search highlights” button ().
The and buttons at the top of the page move between major section headings. When you get to the last major section on a page, clicking the right arrow again will advance you to the next page.
To the right of most headings is a chain link icon (). To copy a URL that will link directly to that heading, right-click the link icon and select “Copy link address.”