[Tutor] OT?: how to google just the 2.4 tutorial?
Brian van den Broek
bvande at po-box.mcgill.ca
Sun Dec 12 19:43:06 CET 2004
Dick Moores said unto the world upon 2004-12-12 11:53:
> I know how to limit google search results to a single site, but is it
> possible to google just one section of a site?
> I'd like to be able to search just the 2.4 tutorial,
> Possible? And if so, how to?
> Dick Moores
> rdm at rcblue.com
> Tutor maillist - Tutor at python.org
Hey Dick and all,
that's odd. I tried searching with
but neither gave hits. :-(
From the "Department of there has to be a better way, but . . . ",
try entering something like this into the google search box:
site:www.python.org inurl:tut string
That will search www.python.org pages with 'tut' in the url that have
'string' in the page body. That doesn't restrict it to 2.4, or non-dev docs.
My best attempt:
site:www.python.org inurl:tut -inurl:dev inurl:current string
still pulls up hits like <www.python.org/doc/2.2.3/tut/node10.html>
which don't have 'current' in the url. And, adding inurl:node to the
suggested search yields no results, either. I'm not sure why. :-|
So, none of this gets you there, but it does get you closer.
<http://www.google.com/help/operators.html> shows how to use some of the
more esoteric google operators.
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