19 tips to Google like a pro
Googling is one of the most important skills for every developer.
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Googling is one of the most important skills for every developer. It helps you to search effectively for a solution to a problem or an error by saving 1000s of important hours and getting your desired result quickly.
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Here are tips on how to master the art of googling as a developer.
1. If you are looking for a file for any topic on Google, then filetype: will help you:
Example: filetype:pdf how to learn react
2. Asterisk (*) can be used as placeholders, which will be replaced by any word or phrase.
Example: how to learn * in 1 month
3. Using site: will search within a specific website.
Example: site:twitter.com polarameshchan2.
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4. Use quotes to search for an exact-match search:
Example: “What is Web3.0”
5. Using .. Search within a range of numbers like years
Example: money heist 2017..2021
6. You can use AND Operator to get the results only related to both terms:
Example: frontend AND backend
7. Using OR operator will return results only related to either of two keywords:
Example: Java OR C++
8. If you want to eliminate a website from your search results, then -site: will help you
9. Whenever you want to compare two things, then use vs with quotes on the terms.
10. Using Location: you can find news related to a particular location.
Example: Location:india web developers.
11. Define: helps you to find the definition of a word or terminology in a simple and easy way.
Example: define: Web3.0
12. If you came across a new website, then the question arises, what is this website about? so info: will help you to know about that website.
13. inurl: helps you to search for information originating in a particular year
Example: inurl:2020 React
14. If you want to find time of different countries, this trick will help you
Example: time "new york"
15. Using related: to get sites that are similar to other sites
16. Using the before: operator will return only results before a given date. You must provide only a year or Day/month/year dates.
Example: Python before:2020
17. In the same way as before: after: operator will return only results after a given date. You must provide only a year or Day-month-year dates.
Example: Python after:2020
18. - operator will help you to exclude a term from the search results.
19. Last but not least, Advanced search is a built-in feature of Google that allows a user to specify additional requirements for a search.
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