__/ [ John A. ] on Wednesday 24 May 2006 07:36 \__
> On 23 May 2006 14:10:08 -0700, bjasinski@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>>Does anyone know what this Boolean Code does:
>>It only appears to work in Google and it looks like it finds all the
>>words "near" the word you are searching.
>>This brings back project engineer, senior engineer, technical lead
>>engineer et al.
>>Does anyone know the history of this and what Google started using it?
> I suspect the = is being treated as whitespace so the term =*=engineer
> is the same as * engineer.
I am very surprised that they use the term "cheatsheet". Actually, it's
Goooooooogle (as in "ads from Goooooogle"), so I am not shocked. Here is
another useful page:
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