The International Database of the BEGONIACEAE
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Using the Find Function
The find command is most easily used by entering one or more words. You can also construct searches using part of a word, searching for
will also find
Powerful search operators can also be used to assist your search. These are:
switch off the default, and match only whole words, e.g., =ran will not match "orange"
match any one character, e.g. b@n will match "ben" and "bun"
match any one digit, e.g., 1#1 will match 101, 111 ... 191
match zero or more characters, e.g., ra*n will match "ran" and "rain"
escape the next character, e.g., \#10 will find "#10" not 010, 110, etc
use quotes around words to match a phrase (from word start)
use an asterisk before the first quote to match phrases (from anywhere)
<, ≤, ≥ or >
Less than, less than and equal, greater than and equal, or greater than, e.g., >1975 will find years greater than 1975.
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