- Default, search anywhere for matches in title, authors, publisher and identifiers(ISBN or ASIN) columns.
- Use double quotes “” for exact matches. For example, to find books that exactly contain java programming, use “java programming”.
- Use tilde ~ to exclude these terms from search results. For example, to find books containing java and programming but not beginners, use java programming ~beginners.
- Use : to search for terms in specific column. Supported columns are library, author, publisher, identifier. For example, to find books published by Wiley, use :publisher wiley.
- Use :<published|posted> to search for books published or posted less (<) or greater (>) than days (d), months (m) or years (y) ago. For example, to find books posted less than 5 years ago, use :posted < 5y.
- Use :<published|posted> – to find books published or posted in the range. For example, to search for books published 10 years ago to 5 years ago, use :published 10y – 5y. You can combine these above filters to narrow down the results. * Please note that, using these filters you may not get the desired results due to the lack of information and the inaccurate data.
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