Multi-word Searches on Protoball

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by David Anderson, April 2013

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A Tip on PBall searches from Dave Anderson

Multi-word Searches: Unlike for Google and other searches, you don’t need to put multi-word searches in quotation marks in the media-wiki environment that Protoball.com uses. Thus, if you want to find places where the phrases <game of base> or <Doubleday was a myth> or <benjamin franklin> appear on the site, just type those strings in the Enhanced Search field, naked.