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Boolean logic in the keyword search

By default a returned row must contain any one of the keywords, e.g. X Y is read as X OR Y
+A leading plus sign indicates that this word must be present in each row that is returned.
-A leading minus sign indicates that this word must not be present in any of the rows that are returned.
( )Parentheses group words into subexpressions, e.g. rows returned by +family +(philanthropy altruism) must have family and must have either philanthropy or altruism.
*The asterisk serves as the truncation (or wildcard) operator. Unlike the other operators, it should be appended to the word to be affected. Words match if they begin with the letters preceding the * operator.
" "A phrase that is enclosed within double quote characters matches only rows that contain the phrase literally, as it was typed. Thus "operating model" does not match "operating models". Nonword characters are removed from phrases and need not be matched exactly: Phrase searching requires only that matches contain exactly the same words as the phrase and in the same order. For example, "test phrase" matches "test, phrase". The wildcard operator is therefore ignored within a phrase so "operating model*" is considered the same as "operating model".