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In fact it's sufficient to type just "[n" and the Find function will go to it.
by afew (afew(a in a circle)eurotrib_dot_com) on Fri Jan 27th, 2006 at 02:23:57 AM EST
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It's sufficient, efficient, but has chances of being too optimized. You could land on all sorts of other entries on the way:

[Nikers et al, 1983] , [NH4] etc

I know, I know, it's unlikely. But being a programmer, I tend to cover my bases. I'd rather waste afew milliseconds typing the extra 2 letters, than having the inconvenience of finding unecessary matches on the way.

This of course is not perfect, as I could just type [new] as much as I [new] want just to [new] throw all of [new] this off.

There is [no] ideal solution, but I certainly will [not] settle for a [non]-complete ma[nner] to look for [novel] entries.

by Alex in Toulouse on Fri Jan 27th, 2006 at 05:28:37 AM EST
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