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>> Boolean Operators- AND
Keyword versus Phrase Searching
The Boolean operator terms AND, OR, & NOT can be used to retrieve information using multiple search terms.
The most common Boolean operator is AND. Using the operator AND tells the database to search for items that contain all of the search terms. For instance, the results for a search of school AND violence would contain both the terms school and violence. The Boolean operator is circled in red.
The relationship using the Boolean operator AND can be expressed visually as follows:
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