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Boolean Searching

When searching with one or more keywords, we highly recommend using Boolean search techniques. Boolean search allows you to combine keywords with operators (or modifiers) such as AND, NOT and OR to produce more relevant results.

A variety of different Boolean terms can be included within the same search string; however you may need to include brackets to change the order of precedence:


(Java OR HTML) AND London
(Java AND HTML) AND ("San Jose" OR "San Francisco")
Java AND (Developer OR Engineer)