Search Zat's Web SiteCase and non-alphanumeric characters are ignored during searches.
If "Match" is set to "Search Expression" you can use the operators AND, OR, and NOT to refine your search. You can also use parentheses. For example,
searches for all pages that have the word "component" but do not contain the words "com" or "corba". Note that NOT is a binary operator. Its left argument is the word(s) to find, and its right argument is the word(s) to exclude.
You can also use an asterisk (*) at the end of a word to search for a specified prefix. For example,
will match pages that contain the words "java" or "javabeans" or any other word that begins with "java".
A fuzzy search broadens the search to include alternate word endings (-ing, -ed, -er, -s, etc.), phonetic matches (words that sound similar), and synonyms (words with similar meanings). You can use a fuzzy search if you are not sure of the right word, or not sure how to spell a word.