search field

search field

[′sərch ‚fēld]
(computer science)
A field in a record or segment whose value is examined in a search.
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According to Apple SVP Federighi, Safari's smart search field contains all of the user's favorite Web sites.
Australia, which is leading the southernmost leg of the search, said it had shrunk its search field based on satellite tracking data and analysis of weather and currents, but that it still covered 600,000 sq km (230,000 sq miles).
Graph Search works by allowing users to type in a query, in plain English, in a new search field at the top of any Facebook page.
com said it has launched a semantic search feature called Easy Search, which it said lets travelers type a simple sentence or phrase describing the flight they want into the search field and quickly returns the best results.
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You can search flights both by entering the information into a search field or by using the interactive map.
Type "kush" into the search field, and the site returns pages for dispensaries that sell relevant strains along with reviews, plus a (Google) map indicating store locations and hours.
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Entering "imports" and "I-O accounts" into the keyword search field in BEA's FAQ will get you some quick answers, notably an explanation of import matrixes and how import values are imputed.
Once you're registered, enter the word bin in the search field.
To access this article, type the following product code in the search field on www.
0 includes a search field, allowing users to type in a keyword and get comparative shopping information from ActiveShopper's US or UK comparative shopping databases.

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