Search command

The search command is a search condition given to the search engine to display the search results that match the information more desired by the user.

Although the command differs depending on the search engine, the main command examples in Google are site: info: cache: etc., which are used to check the index status of the site, check the site information, and check the site cache, respectively. It becomes a search command.

* Support for info: ended in 2019.

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