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I need some advice on bringing up accurate search results.

For example, If I search for "x > 0, blah blah bah"

The search function seems to ignore x > 0, and other variables or numbers that might be important to bring up the relevant searches.

Is there anything I can include in my search string (characters, code, etc.) that will force the search to include these variables or whatever else it is omitting. I have tried " " but that didnt seem to work.

Thanks for any advice!

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AlinderPatel wrote:
I need some advice on bringing up accurate search results.

For example, If I search for "x > 0, blah blah bah"

The search function seems to ignore x > 0, and other variables or numbers that might be important to bring up the relevant searches.

Is there anything I can include in my search string (characters, code, etc.) that will force the search to include these variables or whatever else it is omitting. I have tried " " but that didnt seem to work.

Thanks for any advice!


Any advice from the techies?

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