SymbolHound is a new search engine for programmers that doesn't ignore special characters, like Google and most other search engines do. This means you can easily search the web for symbols like &, %, and ^, or even less common characters such as ©, ¬, and µ.
SymbolHound should be a great tool for programmers who have encountered unknown strings of code. Using SymbolHound, they can find forums posts, tutorials, and question and answer sites directly related to their query that would have been unfindable through Google!
and give it a try.
Example for C++ People: SymbolHound is a search engine that doesn't ignore special characters, like Google and most other search engines do. For example: try searching for "C++ >>" on Google to see what we mean: the ">>" part is ignored! On SymbolHound, information about the >> operator in C++ (the bitwise operator) is on the first page of results.