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I am looking for a particular combination of google hacking commands to find a sentence. For example, I am looking for ”where eagles dare” In this case, I don’t have part of a sentence like the following example:

where xxx dare

I am sure about the first and last word but I don’t know what is in the middle. I used

“where” and “dare”

But it did not work properly.

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You can use a wildcard operator when you don't remember a particular word. The asterisk (*) is used as a placeholder for any word(s) that you don't know in a particular phrase. Therefore it would be:

"where" * "dare"

or try:

"where * dare"

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  • is "space" important ? does it count? – R1- May 6 at 23:41
  • depends.... it works even without spaces but it can give you different results as with spaces... – user0 May 6 at 23:48
  • There is a problem with result in the beginning , when i use “where” * “dare” it Shows somthing like (else where eagles dare) i want it exactly begin with “where” not something before it. – R1- May 7 at 0:10

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