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Query Syntax

Generally, just enter the words you want to search for. For example, find code finds documents containing these words. There are a lot of ways to refine the query. This search engine has some basic capabiltities of parsing O'Caml syntax, and so it can find words by the syntactic role they play in the code.

  • Hashtbl.fold searches for the definition of "fold" in the module "Hashtbl", and for uses of this function anywhere
     
  • xml -pxp searches for documents containing the word "xml" but excludes those also containing "pxp".
     
  • def:fold_left searches for documents containing "fold_left" as definition (of a function, type, or other entity).
     
  • val:fold_left searches for documents containing "fold_left" as value (note that also functions are values)
     
  • type:tree searches for documents containing "tree" as type
     
  • namespace:map searches for documents containing "map" as namespace name (these are modules and module types)
     
  • class:filter searches for documents containing "filter" as class name
     
  • code:member searches for documents containing "member" in code sections
     
  • nocode:member searches for documents containing "member" in comment or string sections, or outside of code files
     
  • file:http searches for documents with "http" in their file name
     
  • ">>" searches for documents containing ">>" as operator (note that such special characters must be put into quotes). There is currently no support for multi-word phrase searches, however.
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