• Here are some good starting points for browsing.

    Here's a title search. Try something like wiki or sandwich.

        case_exact regex 

    Use the following for a full text search. This takes a few seconds. The results will show all lines on a given page which contain a match.

        case_exact regex 

    In a fuzzy pages search the titles of all pages are examined to find those which are similarly spelled or similar sounding (english).


    Separate words with a space. All words have to match as substrings.
    'OR', grouping with parenthesis, string-quoting and some glob-style wildcard characters are also supported.
    To exclude words from a title search or full text search, prepend a '-'.
    Use '^xx' or 'xx*' to match words starting with 'xx'.
    Use '*xx' or 'xx$' to match words ending with 'xx'.
    Use '^word$' to match exact words.
    Use regex=auto and 're:' like 're:word.*xx' or regex=posix to use posix regular expressions. (not yet)
    Use regex=auto and '//' like '/^word$/' or regex=pcre to match using perl-style regular expressions.
    Use regex=sql to match using SQL-style wildcards '%' and '_'.
    Use regex=none to match any wildcards verbatim.

    Example: 'wiki text -php' looks for all pages containing the words 'wiki' and 'text',

    but not containing the word 'php'.

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