## Why can I not find my Youtube channel when searching by it’s new name?

I had a youtube channel called Alhaitham Corp with Alhaitham as first name and Corp as last name. Yesterday, I changed the name to an Arabic name الهيثم للبرمجيات with الهيثم as first name and للبرمجيات as the last name. The name was changed successfully and anyone can see the new name. When I search for it on Youtube with the old name, I find it as the first one in the result set. But when searching with the new name, I do not find it at all. So, what I am saying is that the name changing process took effect in all places but users can not use the new name to search for the channel.

## Searching Multiple Columns From Single Source Sheet in Google Sheets

I have a Sheet where I have all of my data entered. I have been able to filter the information to other sheets no issues when only searching in one column. I am having issues when trying to search 2 columns at the same time.

On the Source Page, I have my date listed under the following headers: Player Name (A), OVR (B), Series (C), Primary (D), Secondary (E), Bats (F), Throws (G), How To Acquire (H), Team of Card (I) & Teams Played For (J).

For most sheets, I have been able to use the following formulae:
=SORT(FILTER(Cards!1:1000,SEARCH(“Giants”,Cards!J1:J1000)),2,false,1,true)

My issue comes from when I try to search both Primary and Secondary at the same time. I was able to use a query that searched both columns but am unable to do using SEARCH.

## asymptotics – Searching in sorted array with $O(log n)$

Recently been practicing some recent exams, there was a problem I could not comprehend the given answer, the question is as follows:

Suppose array $$A(1..n)$$ consist of $$n$$ distinct integers that is
sorted in ascending order, then How many of below problems could be
solved in $$O(log n)$$?

and there were three statements;

• Find an $$i$$ index so that $$A(i)= i$$
• Find an $$i$$ index so that $$A left lfloor{i}right rfloor = 3i +2$$
• Find an $$i$$ index so that $$A(i)= 4i^{2} + 3i + 5$$

The answer sheet stated as one statement is true, Also there was no clue on which statement is true.

What is my issue?

So I think the first and second statements could be true, since the array is sorted then we can use Binary search with $$O(log n)$$ to find the element with index $$i$$, also the first two statements are linear, thus I think that’s what the question wants, If it’s not then I don’t know what the question exactly wants, any explanation would be handful.

## Is there a search engine that supports searching using regex or wildcards?

I have a part of email address. I need to find a full one.
Part of email address example: amazon***@gmail.com.
I want to find all emails on web where characters instead of *.
As far as I know, Google doesn’t support it. (Or no?)
So, is there a search engine that can help me?

## Sharepoint 365 Document Library Calculated Column Searching for Text

I am trying to search in the files names for HC, so I can have a Yes / No output to be able to filter on it, since MS does not have a does not contain option in filter.

Names of the File:

SLS802 2021 Price Increase Stick Report by Cust Location – Prod Family – HC – Canada_03162021.xlsx
SLS802 2021 Price Increase Stick Report by Cust Location – Prod Family – HC – Canada_03162021.pdf

When I try to use the formula:
=ISNUMBER(FIND(“HC”,Name)) it gives me error messages of the column does not exist.

If I use the formula:
=ISNUMBER(FIND(“HC”,(Title)))

it gives me the output of No

I have also tried:

=IF(ISNUMBER(FIND(“HC”,(Title))), “OK”, “Not OK”)

it gives me the output of Not OK, so its saying that everything is false

I am not sure how to have it search and be true

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## sharepoint enterprise – Searching for anything besides ‘This Site’ returns error

We have SharePoint 2013 on-prem and I recently applied Windows security patches from October 2020. Since then, whenever we search on SharePoint for anything other than ‘this site’, this error is returned:

The base type ‘Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Internal.UI.SearchResultsLayoutPage’ is not allowed for this page. The type Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Internal.UI.SearchResultsLayoutPage, Microsoft.Office.Server.Search, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c could not be found or it is not registered as safe.

I’ve found posts about others with this issue and tried their attempted fixes, notably updating the web.config file on all SharePoint servers to include the above, however it still is not working.

Does anybody have a successful resolution of this?

## search – Should searching a table include hidden columns?

So it boils down to whether the search is on the data or just the current view of the data?

I’d personally go for 4. Sometime columns are hidden just because of space restriction rather than lack of interest, though obviously the user tends to keep the columns they are most interested in, however as rewobs said often a user will forget what they can’t see any more.

So option 4, but sort the returned results by whether the match was in a visible column or not. Thus you can split the results into two parts, the second perhaps being subtitled “you may also be interested in” and specify the field which caused the match for each result (this hinges on you getting that level of feedback from the search engine or being able to deduce it after the results are returned)

There’s also the issue that the search seems set up for text fields only, how would you search for employee yes/no whether that column’s visible or not, or what about an age (it would seem to be exact matches only, or typing ‘4’ would return everyone who’s 24,34,40-49,54,64, etc)

## unity – Searching for game developer

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