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Google Search can return the matches of some simple regular expressions. For example, the search query "(gray|red) (wolf|fox)" appears to be equivalent to ("gray wolf" OR "red fox" OR "red wolf" OR "gray fox") You can see the output of this search query here.
A search for term java operators brought me here http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/nutsandbolts/operators.html the symbol, according to the table: shift << >> >>> or assignment = += -= *= /= %= &= ^= |= <<= >>= >>>= also on stack overflow ...
Keep it simple and spell it out. For example: "java two greater than signs" "java double greater than signs" Would both work. The same concept works for finding out what || means in bash: "bash two pipes" When in doubt, sound it out.
adding language:en will give you English only results, not sure if that helps or is what you are looking for at all but it might at least kinda work.
Short Answer If you think that you are being blocked because your ISP share IPs among a lot of users (shared public IP address): ask your ISP if they could assign you to a different group of users a dedicated IP address change of ISP. Explanation From "Unusual traffic from your computer network" I shouldn't be getting blocked Google Search ...
How to Publish the Google document to the web. Ask Google to crawl the published document. References Are you on Google? - Search Console Help Publish a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing - Docs editors Help Ask Google to re-crawl your URLs - Search Console Help
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