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Actual search string search engine or general technique ?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by N_Cook, Nov 19, 2009.

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  1. N_Cook

    N_Cook Guest

    2 surface mount SOT23 size with topmarks/ topcodes
    =JG ( SOT23-6)
    and
    LA=
    asuming the "=" is part of the code,
    impossible to search on as punctuation is ignored, even as "=JG" or ""=JG""
    %3D%4A%47
    "%3D%4A%47"
    or
    ""%3D%4A%47""

    on 6 different search engines
     
  2. PeterD

    PeterD Guest

    There are search engines that do allow searching for special
    characters and symbols. Sadly, my list of these is missing! Maybe a
    Google for "litteral search engines" might return something?
     
  3. N_Cook

    N_Cook Guest

    from this URL:
    http://www.clivetec.0catch.com/SMD_CodesJ.htm

    it appears the JG could be Toshiba's 2SK208 N-Channel FET
    does that make sense?

    If it has 6 pins on a SOT23 body
     
  4. N_Cook

    N_Cook Guest


    http://www.google.com/codesearch
    looked promising, as it search for exact strings in computer code listings
    out there ,why not search hypertext markup "code" likewise
     
  5. N_Cook

    N_Cook Guest

    any codesmiths know if this concept can be adapted for searching punctuation
    etc in HTML text, captured by search engine
    http://www.freeopenbook.com/google-hacks/googlehks-CHP-6-SECT-22.html

    "
    Google can find lots of different things, but at this writing, it can't find
    special characters in its search results. That's a shame, because special
    characters can come in handy. The tilde (~), for example, denotes personal
    web pages.

    This hack takes a query from a form, pulls results from Google, and filters
    the results for the presence of several different special characters in the
    URL, including the tilde.
    "
     
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