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Database-Specific Searching Tips
Title: At this time the following punctuation marks and symbols produce a "No documents found" message: accent marks, parentheses (( )), colons (:), and apostrophes ('). Avoid using any of these symbols in the title field (e.g. in order to search for L'Heptameron, type in only heptamperon). To search for a title with any of these symbols embedded within the title itself, try searching for key words (e.g. vengeance instead of La vengeance d'une femme). The following punctuation marks have no adverse effect on a title search and, if appearing within a string, must be entered: hyphen (-), question mark (?), and comma (,). In all cases, spacing must match exactly that in the bibliography.
Date: The texts in the database range in date from 1150 to 1982.
Punctuation and Full-Text Searching
At this time, hyphens do not work in the search text for field.
Thus, one should search for demi heure and not demi-heure.
Apostrophes: Apostrophes do function for full-text searching and must be used.
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