Guide for keyword search
|The search engine searches for information in the entire Web site.
You can use three logical operators between the keywords:
Finds documents that contain all the specified words.
Finds documents containing at least one of the specified words.
Excludes documents containing the word.
The default operator is echo $default_search_operator; ?>, i.e. if you do not use an operator between words, the search functions as if there was echo $default_search_operator; ?> between the words. A search phrase may therefore contain only one word, a list of words or a list of words specified with operators AND, OR or NOT.
If you want to look for different variations of a word, you can use an asterisk (*) at the end or beginning of a word. For instance "stud*" finds documents containing the words "student" and "study".
1.) represent* AND employ*
finds documents containing the word "represent", or any of its variations and the word "employ", or any of its variations.
työehto* AND sihteeri*
2.) represent* OR employ*
finds documents containing the word "represent" or any of its variations or the word "employ" or any of its variations.
3.) member* helsinki not sauna
finds all documents containing the word "member" or its variations, e.g. "members" or "membership", or the word "helsinki" but excludes documents with the word "sauna".
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