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Operator

One who holds the working or operating rights in a gas or oil activity and is obligated for the costs of development and production.
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If the selected node is a Boolean operator, mutate it into another Boolean operator from the same arity value and type.
Describing a legal theory thoroughly and accurately and formatting a search statement with Boolean operators correctly is a creative process that allows many possibilities.
For example, the Advanced Searching tutorial is nearly six minutes long and covers stop words, Boolean operators, wild cards, limiting to a specific journal, limiting to a specific discipline, saving citations, saving searches, using Data for Research to help focus a search, and more.
The goals of this session are for students to practice basic research strategies including key concepts, alternate search terms, Boolean operators, and truncation, and immediately apply this knowledge by finding relevant articles in appropriate databases for their assignment.
By using advanced search forms or boolean operators, you can combine terms.
Boolean, Proximity, and Fuzzy Searches: The ability to use the Boolean operators "AND", "OR", "NOT" in searches.
In addition, instead of relying on keywords or Boolean operators to define search queries, users may use entire phrases, sentences, paragraphs, or even pages of text to search unlimited data repositories for specific content.
Internal nodes of the tree correspond to the Boolean operators.
Coverity's technology creates a bit-accurate representation of a software system, where every relevant software operation is translated into Boolean values (true and false) and Boolean operators (such as and, not, or).
I saw that someone was using Boolean operators incorrectly in a search strategy, which prompted me to do a two-minute mini-lesson, drawing a Venn diagram on the board to illustrate.
The end result is that job seekers will be able to use more "human-like" search terms and be less reliant on complex Boolean operators.
Extended free-text searching allows for the quick creation of complex searches using regular expressions and Boolean operators.