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You can't prevent this that I can see, but you can get around it. The form on the archive.org page does a bit of monkeying around with the submission to make it come out like that, to make it search and human friendly. However from inspecting the page, if javascript is disabled, it uses a more traditional form and url. Here is the keyword search that will ...


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grep is I/O bound, meaning its speed is dominated by how fast it can read the files it is searching. Multiple searches in parallel can compete with each other for disk I/O, so you may not see much speedup. If you just need matching filenames, and not the actual matches found in the files, then you should run grep with the -l flag. This flag causes grep to ...


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The Select-String cmdlet with -Context is pretty much a perfect match for what you're trying to do... This will read the contents of a file and search for a string, returning the 3 lines above and below the string: $file = C:\Users\Public\Documents\log.txt $string = "*error*" Get-Content $file | Select-String $string -Context 3 -SimpleMatch By default ...


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I always do this with an INDEX / MATCH combo. VLOOKUP would also work, but I've always found the INDEX/MATCH more intuitive for some reason. For D1, I'd use: =INDEX($B$1:$B$300,MATCH(C1,$A$1:$A$300,0)) Replace both '300's with the last row of your dataset. The '0' in MATCH requests an exact match from the lookup range, here $A$1:$A$300, regardless of ...


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Well, you understand how to search for a word in a string: SEARCH(A$2, E1) searches for the value of A2 (“bob”) in E1 (which might be something like “I’m sam”).  This returns #VALUE, since “bob” does not appear in “I’m sam”.  However, SEARCH("sam", "I'm sam") returns 5, because “sam” appears in “I’m sam”, starting at the 5th character. You’re asking ...


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Open the charm bar (swipe from the right). Click Change PC Settings Under the option Search you can enable/disable it. You can also delete the history


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You can use content keyword to search in content only, not file name: content:file1


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Do a search for: 454557414 -inurl:454557414


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Try excluding inurl: 454557414 -inurl:454557414 inurl includes -inurl excludes Is this what you were looking for?


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In Windows: Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\browser\searchplugins Remove all XML files except for the ones you want to keep Here is mine: And my FF search choices now: In Ubuntu: The XML files for the default search engines were located in /usr/lib/firefox/distribution/searchplugins/locale, while the ones added by the user in ...


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...and if you have added any in Windows 7 that you want removed, they will be found here: C:\Users(User Name)\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\kmyog13g.default\searchplugins


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Install the "Manage Search Engines" button extension, it will put a button that works like the pre-v34 drop-down button in the search bar, allowing you to remove search providers. Alternatively, go to about:config in the address bar and type browser.search.showOneOffButtons in the 'Search:' form. Double-click or right-click » Toggle the resulting row to ...


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The standard utility is "find", the syntax and available options is shown by: C:\> find /? Example session at the command prompt: cd /d C:\ dir /s /b >FILES.txt find /i "calc" FILES.txt ... ... is likely to display the path and filename of the Windows Calculator EXE file. If you wish to look up more than one search term, then use pipes; as in: ...


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I've updated my jgrep.bat script to be capable of this with the new -o flag. To use it for your problem, you'll want to copy the script to the folder where you have these files, then create a new file and add this to it: @echo off cd "%~dp0" FOR /R . %%G IN (*.txt) DO @jgrep.bat -o "[A-Za-z0-9/-_.]+@[A-Za-z0-9\-_.]+" < "%%G" pause This should do what ...


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Here's a simple formula: =SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,G1,B:B,G2) Put the User ID into G1, and put the Item ID into G2 (or change the formula to suit your needs). This formula will sum C columns values of all the rows where the User ID and Item ID match. Hopefully there will be only one possible cost. If there's duplicates, it will give you the sum of the duplicates! ...


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I don't think this is possible. You must either search for "patnáct" to highlight all instances of "patnáct", or search for "patnact" to highlight all instances of "patnact". This is a limitation of Google Chrome's "find in page" feature; and due to how little this affects most users, it is unlikely that it will be added any time in the near future.


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Since Ctrl+F is disable, to enable it Please follow the below steps: go to the Settings page, click on the + sign to show more Advanced settings. now untick the option: Use hardware acceleration when available Do a restart and check whether search within the webpage is working.


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If you add a personal Gmail account to Outlook via IMAP, you can transfer your e-mails over to Gmail. Search on Gmail is lightning fast awesome! If you have a corporate firewall that disallows IMAP, this would not be an option for you. An alternative is to use Outlook.com via Windows Live Mail. It is basically HotMail that you connect to via HTTP on port ...


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The following search expression will match all files that contain a - character: ~*-* Explanation: ~ literal match * wildcard match - match the - * wildcard match So ~*-* will match all filename with any characters before a literal - and any characters after a literal - "*-*" will also work.



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