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Feb
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comment How can I search for a keyword with special characters in Google Search?
@sdaau Originally, this question was posted to Stackoverflow with the title "How can I search for "-f>@+?*<.-&'_:$#/%!" on Google?` or something similar. Someone hastily decided the question was not a programming question, and it has been kicked around, changed, merged, morphed several times since then. My answer has moved around with it. See also What is "-f>@+?*<.-&'_:$#/%!" in Perl?.
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accepted Why is Gmail showing the wrong date/time for my messages?
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comment Why is Gmail showing the wrong date/time for my messages?
@ShreevatsaR: Windows time zone: Eastern (GMT-05:00), Gmail time zone: Eastern (GMT-05:00) It happens with all emails I send myself as well. However, if I send a message from my GMail account to Yahoo!, Yahoo! displays the date/time correctly. Cleared all cookies (Google's .google.com and .mail.google.com had cookies called TZ with a value of 240.
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comment How can I search for a keyword with special characters in Google Search?
@Mark thanks. $# no longer exists. I do not know when it was phased out. Searching Google for google.com/search?q=perl4+%24%23 led me to it.
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comment How can I search for a keyword with special characters in Google Search?
I am claiming the bonus points. See below.
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answered How can I search for a keyword with special characters in Google Search?