Google supports several advanced alternate query search operators. These are special query words that the Google search engine recognizes and then responds to accordingly. A discussion of advanced search operators is found at http://www.google.com/help/operators.html.
The advanced alternate query search operators are:
cache: Shows the version of the web page residing in Google’s cache;
link: Lists the web pages that include links to the specified web page;
related: Lists web pages that are similar to the specified web page;
info: Displays certain information Google has about that web page;
stock: The query terms are interpreted as stock ticker symbols, and the search engine returns a web page displaying stock information;
site: The search is restricted to sites within the specified domain;
allintitle: The search is restricted to those web pages containing all of the query words in the title;
intitle: The search is restricted to those web pages containing one or more of the query words in the title;
allinurl: The search is restricted to those web pages containing all of the query words in the URL;
inurl: The search is restricted to those web pages containing one or more of the query words in the URL.
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