|How to search||
[ filling in
the form ] [ boolean
|Filling in the form||
Type a word or term and select the field where it should be searched.
If you wish, select it by consulting the indexes made available in all search fields. To open a specific index, select the field and click on "index".
To type more than one word in the same line, it is necessary to use a boolean operator so as to relate one to the other (example 1). Use lines 1, 2 and 3 to search more than one word and/or in different fields (example 2).
The symbol $ is
a truncation resource for retrieval. Type $ after a root of a word to retrieve
all the words which have this root.
Click on "Search" to start the search.
|Boolean operators||When there is more than one word or term in the same line, or from one line to the other, they must be separated by a boolean operator in order to be related one to the other.|