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Can't find what I want!

At a meeting the other morning, I mentioned an article here that was related to what we were talking about. The person beside me sighed. I turned to him and asked what was wrong.

"There's so much stuff on your website I'll never find it."

That's not good. I know there is a LOT of stuff here, but I do have a lot of tools to help you find things.

First, this happened to be an article posted this month, so that's going to be right on the front page at http://aplawrence.com/index.html. If it was up to three months old, you could find it easily at http://aplawrence.com/new.html.

If you can't find it that way, I have three different search engines at http://aplawrence.com/search.html. Why three? Because each finds information in different ways, so you (depending on what you are looking for and how you search for it) might have better luck with one or the other.

There is also a general topic index at the left of each page, and http://aplawrence.com/Unixart/index.html breaks things down into sub-topics.

The related topic index lets you narrow things down as shown in this search for Perl.

search example

You should be able to find what you want. If you have suggestions on how I can make this easier, please do let me know.



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