Search this site
Type in a word or word fragment
or a number of words or word fragments separated by spaces
- for example try searching for
society of mind
- This search engine searches the HTML code itself.
It matches any case.
- It second-guesses what I think you mean when you enter unusual characters or spaces:
Any unusual (i.e. non-alphanumeric) characters are translated to
which means "any single character".
For instance, if you enter
you may notice it gets translated to
Any spaces are translated to
which means "any sequence of characters".
will search for "dcu.ie" followed later on the line
(not necessarily within 2 characters like above) by "humphrys".
To summarise, it looks for
all your words and word fragments in order on the same line.
It will match when the word fragments are separated by non-whitespace
(including inside other words),
and it will match word fragments inside the HTML code itself.
"Maximize Unhappiness" or
"Maximize Collective Happiness".
Do I link to you?
Because it searches the HTML itself,
you can easily find out if I link to
particular web pages
(for example, if I link to your web pages anywhere).
Simply search for a fragment of URL that would identify a link to you.
For example, to see if (and where) I link to the World Wide Web Consortium,
About this search engine:
This search engine was written by me in Shell and C++.
See How to write a search engine
in 9 lines of Shell.