The Google search operators are special search commands, sometimes called advanced operators, that allow you to set specific restrictions or get specific types of results from your Google search. Once you’ve mastered just a few of these special commands, you’ll wonder how you ever managed without them.
Use the keyword related: to find similar websites.
Use site: to limit your search to a single domain
Use stocks: to get stock information
Use the keyword before: to travel back in time
Use the operator - to exclude a word
web development -Python
Use the operator * to replace missing words
*oriented programming in python
If you’re looking for a definition of a word, use the keyword define:
define: object oriented programming
Use site: to search for a particular website or content
site: web dev blog post