Comments on: Googling REBOL 3 information
If you are using REBOL 3, and you need to quickly find documentation, a good method is to include "REBOL 3" in your search field.
For example, Googling:
rebol 3 extensions
produces a different result than:
The first line is much more useful.
This difference can be a bit annoying at times, so I thought I should note it. If you have found additional methods, let us know. Post a comment.
Putting words you want to be adjacent in quotes can help:
"rebol 3 extensions"
(returns pages with that exact phrase)
Using * as wild card can help when doing quoted searches:
"rebol * extensions"
(finds pages with "rebol three extensions" or "rebol 3 extensions")
"rebol 3 extension*"
(finds extension, extensions, extensioning etc)
And limiting a search to a specific site / part of a site can help too:
Finally, use minus before a word to mean you don't want pages that include that word:
extensions -r2 site:www.rebol.com
(rebol.com pages that have "extensions" but not "r2")
I see that Oz is also using "extension" for DLL's|
Interestingly... Google is all of a sudden doing a much better job indexing the R3 documentation. For example, just typing REBOL Extensions will show numerous entries within the R3 docs. That result is quite different from a couple weeks ago.
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