Google Search Operator OR and Google Search Expressions1 Recommended Answer
Can I make an expression with it? For example:
I notice that on google alert it does not read as ( "dog" "cat ) OR ("fish" "duck'), but how does it read then?
Does it read ("dog") ("cat" OR "fish") "duck" ? I don't get it.
Is google able to work with a large expression? Such as... "fish"-dog OR "duck" "bird" OR "my dog" "bull" etc
For example, I understand that "black dog" will search for pages that have this exatly quote and that "black dog" "white dog" will search for pages that have both of these statements. What I don't understand is what happens if I search for "red bird" "blue bird" OR "brown kangaroo" "white kangaroo".
Summing up, I want to know if google is able to deal with expressions and what in GOOGLE SEARCH is equivalent to MATHEMATICS round brackets ( ) .
Thanks a lot
If you don't mind answering just one more thing:
Does those operators work the same way in google search, google alert and google news?
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