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See below for details on accented characters and pattern matching.

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Accented characters should be entered as two-character strings, as follows:

slash = aigu. e/ = é de/cor = décor
backslash = grave. e\ = è rivie\re = rivière
caret = circonflexe. o^ = ô contro^le = contrôle
quote = tréma. i" = ï mai"s = maïs
plus = cédille.c+ = ç garc+on = garçon
capital vowel = all accents.E = e, é, è, ê, ë coupE = coupe, coupé


The following rules can also be used in search strings:

Words separated by spaces will search for works containing all words in the list.
Example: femme homme

Words separated by a vertical line (|) will search for works containing at least one word in the list.
Example: femme|homme

A period (.) can be used to match any single character. The combination period-asterisk (.*) will match any string of characters.
Examples: rou.e will match rouge, route, ...
vi.* will match vie, vieux, vitre, violon, ...

Characters enclosed in square brackets such as [a-z] will match any character in the specified range.
Example: fa[a-e]e will match face, fade, but not fane.

Word co-occurrence

The Word co-occurrence select box can be used to change how the search engine deals with search strings containing multiple words (AND searches).

In same documentWorks with each of these words located somewhere in the document.
On same lineWorks with all words in search string occurring on the same line.
Adjacent words onlyWorks with the words in the search string occurring adjacently, in the order they appear.

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