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What is the output provided by google when we search given below format

  1. "Keywords"
  2. "Keywords"/
  3. "Keywords"/*
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closed as not constructive by Alex, Sathya, Al E., phwd Sep 11 '12 at 4:06

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What is the question? Are you trying to search for something specific, but you can't find it? – Mr Lister Sep 3 '12 at 5:38
I don't know. Have you tried it? – Al E. Sep 4 '12 at 15:34

It seems like you are searching for tips and tricks for Google Search, here are some of the most useful (copy-pasted from Google Help - have a look there for the very last update):

Search for an exact word or phrase

"search query" Use quotes "" to search for an exact word or set of words in a specific order, without normal improvements such as spelling corrections and synonyms.

Exclude a word

-query Add a dash (-) before a word to exclude all results that include that word.

Include similar words

~query Normally, synonyms might replace some words in your original query. Add a tilde sign (~) immediately in front of a word to search for that word as well as even more synonyms.

Search within a site or domain

site: query Include "site:" to search for information within a single website like all mentions of "Olympics" on the New York Times website.
[ Olympics site:nytimes.com ]

Include a "fill in the blank"

query * query Use an asterisk (*) within a query as a placeholder for any unknown or "wildcard" terms. Use with quotation marks to find variations of that exact phrase or to remember words in the middle of a phrase.

Search for either word

query OR query If you want to search for pages that may have just one of several words, include OR (capitalized) between the words.

And eventually, you can even find more tips on this slideshow

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