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A search for more than one word will find pages that contain all of the words. Use quotation marks to search for a phrase. Also use quotes for text with punctuation or special characters. Searches are case insensitive.

To limit your search to a single group, enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string (e.g., "Nutrition/" or "Infection/"). To list all pages, enter a slash for the search.

Search examples

EnterTo find pages containing
diabetes sugarboth 'diabetes' and 'sugar'
"diabetes sugar"the phrase 'diabetes sugar'
endocrine/diabetes'diabetes' in the nutrition group of pages
"nutrition/diabetes"the phrase 'nutrition/diabetes' in all groups of pages
diabetes -sugar'diabetes', omitting those containing 'sugar'
food -"diabetes sugar"'food', omitting those containing 'diabetes sugar'
diabetes "-sugar"the words 'diabetes' and '-sugar'
diabetes - sugar'diabetes', '-', and 'sugar'
"sugar:"the word 'sugar' with a colon
"sugar=tasty"the phrase 'sugar=tasty'
name=*crumble*page names containing 'crumble'

Some special characters need to be enclosed in quotes, including the colon (:), equals sign (=), less than (<), single quote (') and double quote(").

For advanced searches, parameters (count, name, group, fmt, link, list, order, and trail) can be entered together with the search string.

Wild card characters: asterisk (*) represent zero or more characters and question mark (?) represent exactly one character.

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