Search logics explained

Each logic behaves differently. Please check the practical examples on this page to understand how they work.

OR

Match is found if any of the search keywords is part of the content. It's the least strict of all possible options - it returns many results, finds almost anything.

Keyword Content Match?
hello hello world, robot here YES
hello robot hello world, robot here YES
hello bot hello world, robot here YES
help bot hello world, robot here YES
hello science hello world, robot here YES

OR with exact word matches

Similar to the simple OR, but at least one keyword must match a whole word. Partial results are not accepted.

Keyword Content Match?
hello hello world, robot here YES
hello robot hello world, robot here YES
hello bot hello world, robot here YES
help bot hello world, robot here NO
hello science hello world, robot here YES

AND

Every keyword must match at least partially the content.

Keyword Content Match?
hello hello world, robot here YES
hello robot hello world, robot here YES
hello bot hello world, robot here YES
help bot hello world, robot here NO (help is not found)
hello science hello world, robot here NO (science is not found)

AND with exact word matches

The most strict search logic. Every keyword must match a whole word in the content.

Keyword Content Match?
hello hello world, robot here YES
hello robot hello world, robot here YES
hello bot hello world, robot here NO (bot does not match a word)
help bot hello world, robot here NO (bot, help does not match a word)
hello science hello world, robot here NO (science does not match a word)

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