Type a word or phrase into the search box and press
the Search button (or the "Enter" key on your keyboard).
Cuba On-line will then look for matches in the database
and present a list of results.
relevance percentage box is displayed, along with the
document title, brief description, and internet link
location. The following is an example:
Jose No reproduction by any means without the
express written permission of Info-Cuba, Inc. All
rights strictly reserved. Copyright Info-Cuba, 1997
MARTÍ, José (1853-1895). Cuba ' s greatest
hero and most influential writer. Revolutionist, poet,
journalist, and the principal ..."
click on the file name desired to view the file information.
A PDF format and text version are available.
are not case-sensitive.
may enter multiple keywords, such as differential
equations. This search will produce exactly the
same results as differential AND equations
may use any of the basic boolean operators (AND,
OR, and NOT). Please note that boolean
operators are always typed in upper case (i.e. AND
is a boolean operator, and and is the word
may also use parentheses. For example, (Marti OR
Maceo) AND independence.
are also supported. You can use the asterisk (*)
as a suffix and/or prefix in keywords. For example,
enter math* to find documents with keywords
such as math, or mathematics, or Mathias.
may also use strings anywhere words are expected.
A string is a sequence of words enclosed by double
quotes, such as "the volume of a sphere". Please
note that when using strings, you are searching for
files which contain the string exactly (but still