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For building search queries in globstyle please notice, that an asymmetric AND is expressed by blank, although "%" is just one more wildcard for the common wildcard "*". Therefore this AND between pregiven words stands for all the words between them. This convention for building queries is taken from SQL, the Standard Query Language. For example, if you are looking for a person named by forename AND lastname, you should just type

"forename lastname"

within your search query. Here the blank is the common separator. Gooken recommends this one. Alternatively use

"%" for "*", referring to none or more chars, the asymmetric AND,
"_" for "?", that means one char.


To avoid abuse and errors on integrated Meta-search-engines, it is recommended to use especially the blanked char (that is almost transformed by Gooken to the char for plus "+".

Open listed websites by clicking the:

left mouse button (right-hander): opens in the actual TAB (within the actual window)
middle mouse button (recommended): opens in a new TAB (within the actual window)

Please configure your browser in the case of any other mouseclick-behavior, if you use a computer-mouse, as this one is for all websites the most comfortable and recommended one!