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|Search Features and Search Engines (4) |
Knowing the features fo a search engine helps you formulate a useful search strategy.
|Spiders Robots Indexing (5) new|
A spider is a computer program that travels the Internet to locate Web documents and FTP resources. It indexes the documents in a database, which is then searched using a search engine (such as AltaVista or Excite). A spider can also be referred to as a robot or wanderer. Each search engine uses a spider to build its database.
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