How can we do a search that includes white space?
I’m searching for "cre "
I want results like: chimeric Cre recombinases are
however, I get results like: mutations that increase activity
I’ve tried “cre\s” but that gives me: reaction, four Cre subunits binding
"cre\ " gives me: Creating more stable proteins
Shouldn’t a search enclosed in quotation marks be treated as a single unit?
Does there exist a complete reference for the search operators in DT?
If you are referring to PDFs, Apple’s PDFkit matches terms as substrings.
Search operators are covered in the built-in Help and manuals (devontechnologies.com/downl … nuals.html)
I just purchased DTPO … I read through the Search Operators section of the manual, and I’m curious about this as well. If I know an ‘inner phrase’ with wildcard to search for, how would I go about it?
given the strings:
to get both results to rank high, I see these work:
~nion NEXT [m|k]*
but these more generalized searches do not appear to work:
~nion NEXT *
~nion NEXT ?
Is there a way to use some sort of regular expression logic? I would like to be able to designate a word boundary like \b , or whitespace \s
Thanks for any insight you could offer.