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The find command can use multiple expressions to enable complex searches which permit multiple criterion in the search. This feature greatly enhances the ability for creating precise searches.
It’s also possible to create more advanced searches by creating compound expressions. It works like Algebra; expressions are evaluated from left to right unless you have some of the terms grouped with parentheses. But, with that, there are a couple of minor catches.
 read more | score:7936 | -aweber, August 11, 2011
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