IceRocket works like a typical search engine. Simply enter your term into our search box and click "Search" to find web documents that match your results.
If your query contains more than one search term, IceRocket will automatically (and by default) return results that match ALL the search terms.
You can search for a phrase by putting double-quote marks " " around the terms of the query.
You can use the plus (+) and minus (-) signs to ensure that certain words are included or excluded from your query.
IceRocket searches are not case sensitive.
All letters in your search terms will be understood only as lower case.
I.e. A search for mobile computer will return the same results as MobiLe CoMpuTer.
IceRocket supports Boolean query operators such as AND, OR, NOT, and parentheses to conduct complex queries.
Boolean queries are meant to be used by advanced searchers and can be created from the IceRocket Advanced Search page.
Note: All Boolean operators must be in UPPERCASE (ALL CAPS) letters.
Use the OR operator to find documents matching either of two terms being searched.
Use the AND operator to find documents matching both terms of a query being searched.
Use the NOT operator to exclude documents which contain the term after the NOToperator.
Use parentheses to group terms and operators together to form more complex queries.
Parentheses can be used to nest sub-queries when creating even more complex queries.