This section describes each search operator in detail. Where appropriate, each description includes an example of simple syntax and explicit syntax. Operators are listed alphabetically.
Please note that in environments with a locale other than English, the
operators must always be preceded by a Pound sign (or hash mark) and
enclosed in angle brackets (example:
Furthermore, if "and", "or", "any", "all" or "not" or their equivalents in another language are used as search words, then these words must be enclosed in quotation marks. Otherwise they will be interpreted as operator or modifier names.