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How does Google's boolean searching work with its phrasing? I've never seen a power users guide to searching on Google prowsej msg:145945 4:16 pm on Aug 11, 2002 (gmt 0) Some questions from the perspective of a Google user: Will this do an OR search for either "phrase one" or "phrase two" or will the OR search only work on the words "one" and "phrase"? "phrase one" ¦ "phrase two"
RBuzz msg:145946 4:54 pm on Aug 11, 2002 (gmt 0)
The example you cited will search for each phrase. For an example proof do the following three searches, noting the search result count for each one:
"catbird seat" ¦ "catbird seats"
"catbird seat" "catbird seats"