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Comparison operations include >, >=, <, <=, =, and <>, with the obvious meanings, and can be applied to numeric properties as well as string and date/time properties. Character-based operations include ~< (value starts with), ~> (value ends with), and ~~ (value contains). For example, a query author:~>ing returns items for which the Author property ends with the characters ing , while a query title:~~ ill a mock returns items containing the character sequence ill a mock anywhere in the Title property (when used with these operations, the double quotes allow white space in the search string). The character operations are generally much slower than the word-based operations. The character operations can only be applied to specific properties; there is no syntax for searching for an arbitrary character sequence across all properties. The fourth character-based operation is ~, which interprets the wildcard character (*) and the single wildcard character ( ) like the file system does: matching zero or more arbitrary characters and matching one arbitrary character, respectively. For example, a query author:~ oe will return items in which the Author property is joe or moe . (Note that the match will be against the whole value, so a more realistic query may be author:~ oe * , which will return items where the second, third and fourth characters are o , e and a space, respectively, with anything in the other characters.) Word search and word prefix search can be specified explicitly using the operations $$ and $<, respectively (but because they are the default operations for string-valued properties, this is rarely necessary). The special value [] represents no value or null value. So the query tag:=[] returns all items that have no value for the Tags property, while the query
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tag:<>[] (or tag:=[], or tag:-[]) returns all items that have a value for the Tags property.
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For any property that has symbolic values, these strings can be used as values in aQS. For example, importance:normal returns all items where the
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Importance property is between 2 and 4, size:small returns all items with
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a Size between 10241 and 102400, kind:docs returns all items where Kind contains document , and flashmode:flashredeye returns all images where the Flash mode property is 65.
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There are also symbolic values for some relative date values: today,
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yesterday, tomorrow, this week , last week , next week , this month, last month, next month, this year, last year, and next year. These all denote the
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current, previous, or next complete calendar day/week/month/year. One can also specify the last day, the next day, the last week , the next week , the
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a time period of the specified length beginning or ending at the current time. For example, modified:last month (or modified:lastmonth;
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the space is optional here) returns items where the Date Modified property has a value in the previous calendar month, while taken:the last week (or
taken:thelastweek) returns pictures with Date taken in the previous 24 7
hours. as mentioned above, one can also use absolute date/time values expressed according to the user s locale; so if the user locale is Thai with the Thai solar calendar, a query created:19/6/2552 or created:19 calendar.
will return items created on the day that is June 19, 2009 in the Gregorian a range of values can be specified as FirstValue .. lastValue. For example,
taken:March 2007 .. June 2008 will return pictures taken between March 1,
2007 and June 30, 2008 (assuming a user locale that uses the Gregorian calendar).
Integer suffixes for kilobytes, Megabytes, etc., are recognized, so a query
size:<=1MB will return items with a size that is at most 1,048,576 bytes.
There are some virtual properties for special purposes available only through aQS: before:DateTime and after:DateTime return items where the primary Date property is less than or greater than the specified date/time.
from: searches over both sender name and address of messages; similarly, so
does to:, cc:, bcc:, organizer:, required:, optional: and resources:. Likewise,
file: will interpret its value as some combination of a path, a file name, and
a file extension, and and * will be interpreted as wildcards. So the query
file:report*.doc will return all documents having a name beginning with
report and a doc extension; a query file:report .doc will return all documents with a name consisting of report plus one character and a doc extension; a query file:\\lab\files\* will return all files with a path rooted in \\lab\files ; while a query file: C:\Program Files\SomeCompany\*\*.log will return all files with extension log under the folder C:\program Files \SomeCompany .
One can delimit the scope of a search by placing restrictions on properties such as Folder, Folder path, File path, and File name. For example, folder: My
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