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I am thinking of English ingredients though, hence my question about beer and cheeses I can get here. I particularly think the smoked Bavarian could be very interesting, but I doubt you have tried it, so wont know its unique creaminess and smokey flavour.
It is what to mix it with thats the question, probably something not to overpowering.
(And I used to use Cantal entre deux as well, has a dryness that works well)
I want to find any messages that contain more than one word, but they don't have to be together.
So as an example, let's use my CCC thread for today. I wan't to search words "CCC" and "Malevolent". In this case I would get a result of Super's post which contains "CCC" in the subject, and "Malevolent" in the message body.
Is that possible?
Just to be clear, if I search "CCC malevolent" then I do get the macth I want, but I don't want to see the mactches for other "CCC" that don't contain "malevolent". So I am looking for some sort of AND query function.
So I am looking for some sort of AND query function.
It looks like you found it
AND is by default. Go on the code project front page and click on the blue button "Search our articles" on the top right, you'll end up on the search page with a popup tooltip explaining the keywords.