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Today, I tried to use the TeX & LaTeX search bar to find examples of code that use the macro text_expand (a macro from the l3text module)

The following lists what I tried searching.

In all those searches, I got the following message:

We couldn't find anything for <<my input>>
Search options: <<options for my input>>
Try different or less specific keywords.

However, when I tried searching site:tex.stackexchange.com "text_expand" in DuckDuckGo (link), I found three results (see screenshot below.)

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Why doesn't the search bar list those answers that are found by DuckDuckGo?

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    Because the site search function has always been terrible, and continues to be so.
    – Alan Munn
    Mar 30 at 15:20
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    you can use duckduck or google or SEDE and only as a last resort use the built in site search Mar 30 at 15:36
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    Note that the full command name does work: tex.stackexchange.com/search?q=%5Ctext_expand%3An gives 34 (correct) results.
    – Marijn
    Apr 16 at 9:55

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