Re: About Search Engine

From: Carl Schreck <Carl.Schreck_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Thu Jan 13 2011 - 07:32:12 MST

Alternatively, I have bookmarked this page:

>From there, it's easy to use [ctrl]-f to search for your function. I find
that to be quicker than a google search.

is another good bookmark, as it is a one-stop shop that points to the
functions page as well as many other highlights of the NCL documentation.


2011/1/13 刘晓娟 <>

> Dear Sir or Madam,
> I am an user of NCL. I have a suggestion on the search engine of NCL
> website.
> I usually need to look up the use of some function, for example, qsort in
> the website of NCL. So what I am looking for is the page given the standard
> introduction of qstart.
> However, when I kicked the google search in the website, the foremost pages
> appeared are ncl-talk archive. Then I had to turn these pages until I have
> found the page I wanted. It was a little inconvenient.
> So, could you please set at the forefront position of the searched answer
> the introdution page of the specific function or resource of NCL? My
> colleagues have the same suggestion as well.
> I would be very grateful for your consideration.
> Thanks.
> Sincerely,
> Tina
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