Virtually everyone sees Google as, hands down, the best online search tool. Now you can use and improve on Google technology in your own applications.
- Improving the speed and accuracy of searches;
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- Obtaining historical data using cached pages;
- Performing spelling checks on any text;
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Whether your goal is to improve your own searches or share specialized search capabilities with others, this is the one resource that will see you through the job from start to finish.
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