This search facility performs a case-INsensitive search using a number of keywords.
You don't need to put quotes around search words.
The asterisk * wildcard
character can be used at the END of a string of characters as little as
one in length. However, 3 or more characters will yield much more useful
You can use the boolean operators... and, or, not in searching.
Without boolean operators, the search will assume you are and-ing the words together.
Evaluation takes place from left to right only, although you can use parentheses to
force the order of evaluation.
example 1: schlage or kwikset and depth
This search evaluates the expression from left to right.
example 2: schlage and (depth or not kwikset)
This search will also be evaluated from left to right,
but the operation in parentheses will be evaluated first.
example 3: not (schlage or kwikset) and depth
schlage or kwikset will be evaluated first, a not operation will be performed on that,
then everything will be and-ed with depth.