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Is there in Bing (www.bing.com) anythink like Google searching extensions?

For example:

inurl:bing site:stackoverflow.com

will restrict searching through Google only for this (awesome, btw) website and only for pages containing word bing in url address.

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superuser.com/questions/19164/… – JKirchartz Sep 12 '11 at 20:33
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As stated in the comment, if you go on this Bing help page, you will find a list of advanced search operators.

They are:

  • contains:
  • filetype:
  • inanchor:
  • inbody:
  • intitle:
  • ip:
  • language:
  • loc: (or location:)
  • prefer:
  • site:
  • feed:
  • hasfeed:
  • url:

Please note that:

Some features and functionality described here may not be available in your country or region.

Disclaimer: As the user that commented on the post doesn't have his/her account linked to webapps.se, I took the liberty to add the answer with the sole purpose of having a clear answer.

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