Search the CIS Department Web Pages
- The search term you put in each box below can be a word or phrase.
- The search engine will look for an exact match for what you put in a box, so spelling matters.
- If you use more than one box, the search engine looks for pages that contain an exact match for the term in the first box and have within each page an exact match for what is in the second box – and the third box as well.
- For example, if you put C++ in the first input box, for loop in the second box, and array in the third box, then the search will look for web pages that contain C++ somewhere within the page, for loop somewhere in the page, and array on the page as well. These 3 terms might be in widely separated sections of the page. However, since for loop was placed all in one box, for and loop must be next to each other in the order given.
- Search terms generally have to be at least 3 characters long, but a few common search terms such as C# and += that have length 2 are allowed.
- Search terms should generally be in the singular, not the plural, but plurals of a few very common search terms are accepted.
- You may leave boxes empty, but at least one box must be filled in.
- Do not leave spaces before or after any search term.
- The search is not case-sensitive.
Search engine written by Br. David Carlson along with Josh Vasko, Julian Whalen, Jeff Hutchinson, Jordan Page, and Andrew Valecko.