The default search term operator is AND
You can use brackets, AND OR and NOT to improve your search. For example: C# AND NOT ( VB or SQL )
A query of a single * will return everything, filtered by any filters.
Search by Author: author:"author name"
Filter by tag: tag:C# or tag:(C++ or Java)
Wildcard search use: "?" or "*" eg. gr?d or gr*
This video will show you how to use the WHERE clause and reduce the number of results you get from a query.
This video from our "SQL Database for Beginners" series will continue to delve into the world of filter statements and conditions. This includes how to apply multiple filter conditions and allow you to be very specific in querying the information that appears.