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Google Code Search
Google Code Search Discussion Group
http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Code-Search
Chat with other developers in the Google Code Search discussion group. You'll find discussions about search strategies, language statistics, and more.
Google's Terms of Service
http://code.google.com/tos.html
Google's Terms of Service lists the rules for using Google products. Topics include proper conduct, Google's privacy policy, proprietary rights, export controls, copyright and trademark policies, use and storage, personal non-commercial use, modifications to service, termination, advertisements, links, indemnity, disclaimer of warranties, liability limits, exclusions and limitations, third party beneficiaries, notices, and general information.
Google Code Search Advanced Search
http://www.google.com/codesearch/advanced_code_search
Google Code Search Advanced Search allows you to be more specific when looking for code. You can limit your search to a specific computer language (including Ada, ASP, Assembly, Basic, C, C++, C#, Eiffel, Erlang, Delphi, Fortran, Java, JavaScript, JSP, Lex, Limbo, Lisp, Lua, Makefile, Mathematica, Matlab, Objective C, Pascal, Perl, PHP, PostScript, Python, Ruby, Scheme, Shell, Smalltalk, SQL, Tcl, Troff, Yacc, or any language). The license option allows you to search for code that only has or doesn't have a specified license. License options include any license, Aladdin Public, Artistic, Apache, Apple Public Source, BSD, Common Public, GNU General Public, GNU Lesser General Public, Historical Permission Notice and Disclaimer, IBM Public, Lucent Public, MIT, Mozilla Public, NASA Open Source Agreement, Python Software Foundation, Q Public, Sleepycat, and Zope Public. The packages option allows you to search from packages matching what you typed into the textbox provided. The files option allows you to search only files that match the specific text you entered in the textbox. Searches can also be done as case sensitive by selecting either to have it or not.
Google Code Search FAQ
http://www.google.com/help/faq_codesearch.html#about
About Google Code Search is a FAQ that answers many questions about searching for code. Topics include the type of code that is being searched, regular expression syntax, programming languages that can be searched, restricting a search by language, license or filename, adding code to the Google Code Search, blocking a code search, submitting code suggestions, and reporting code that should be removed.
Google Code Search
http://www.google.com/codesearch
Google Code Search allows you to search for code in several ways including searching for a regular expression, an exact string, for files or directories matching a regular expression, packages matching a regular expression, for programs matching a regular expression, and for files matching a regular expression. Includes samples of these different types of searches.
Google Code Ste Home Page
http://code.google.com/
The Google Code site home page contains a blog where you can read the latest announcements and get useful information. Includes links to featured projects, tips for reaching Google users and integrating with Google.

 

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Update :: July 25, 2014