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The q parameter can contain the whole search query, however Google defined a dummy proof list of parameters.
Notice that the AND operator can be represented by the as_q parameter instead.
To get page results with one between "hello" and" world" (i.e. and OR), must be changed the query "q" parameter as:
while a more compact representation uses the as_oq parameter:
If one looks for the exact phrase "hello world", the q parameter is:
while, again, another compact representation uses the as_epq parameter:
If one looks for all the results that not contain the words "hello" and "world", the q parameter is:
while, again, another compact representation uses the as_eq parameter:
Of course, as_q, as_oq, as_epq, as_eq, etc. can by combined in a unique search query as usual (i.e. by using the & character). Thus, for instance I can search for both words "hello" and "word" plus one between "programming" and "code" as follow here:
One can search for a specific domain (again, mydomain.com) as follow:
However, if you want to exclude a specific domain (e.g., because it is a spam source), you must recur to standard notation. E.g.:
return all the pages with word "hello" that are not in site mydomain.com.
To get for a specific file type, e.g. a pdf, you can use as_filetype:
More complex search parameter can be used, as provided in Google support docs. For instance, to get also results with a synonym of a word, simply use the ~ operator in front of the word, e.g.
Moreover, if you want to use wildcards, e.g. to get all the exact phrases that start with "hello" and end with "world", you should use the * operator:
which probably will return something like: "hello to the world" and "hello sweet world".
One can also search for specific words inside the page title or in the page url by using the following keywords (read here for more details):
For instance, the following returns all the pages s.a. both words "hello" and "world" are in the url:
For the language of the Google GUI page (not the one of the results), one must insert into the query string the language string (e.g. en for English, fr for French, it for Italian, etc.) to the hl parameter. In other words, if one search with the English version of Google, the query string becomes as follow:
To select a specific language, e.g. Italian, use the lr query parameter:
One can also select pages published in a specific geographical region by using the cr parameter. E.g., to find all the pages published in Italy: