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Operator Example Action Boolean Equivalent
Note: Boolean-style searches are available.
" " "temperature monitoring" Requires two terms to be adjacent to each other. In this example, only documents containing the phrase "temperature monitoring" will be shown. ADJ
+ +temperature Requires this term to be present as-is, eliminating the use of synonyms. This search query can be used in conjunction with other keywords to find only documents containing the word "temperature". AND
- -monitoring Excludes results containing this term. Use this query in conjunction with other terms to find only documents not containing the word "monitoring" NOT
() (temperature monitoring) Allows terms to be grouped when used with other operators. For example, searing for industrial -(temperature monitoring) will return only documents containing "industrial" but not "temperature" or "monitoring" OR
* monitor* Acts as a wildcard. This example will return documents containing words "monitor", "monitoring", "monitored", etc n/a

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