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I wanted to fire up a search query on Google on other than .com domains.

I understand that providing site:.org will result all the search actions on specifically org domains but is there a not operator?

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    How about -site:.com *? – onewhaleid Feb 9 '17 at 2:39
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    @onewhaleid, this is, in fact, the answer. Just put it as an answer instead of a comment. – Yisroel Tech Feb 9 '17 at 2:47
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You can use the - operator, e.g.

youtube -site:.com will exclude:

youtube.com

You can add the * operator to remove other domains, e.g.

youtube -site:.com * will exclude:

youtube.com.au

youtube.com.hk

youtube.com.sg

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