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Recently the URL www.antlr.org was changed from pointing to www.antlr3.org to www.antlr4.org. Needless to say there are links that use www.antlr.org for referring to www.antlr3.org that are now wrong on Stack Overflow.

While I know that search with www.antlr.org will find if www.antlr.org is in the text, it will not find it in the hyperlinks. How do I search the hyperlinks?

If this is a duplicate question, please point me to the right question. I searched with tags and and did not see the answer.

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search for url:*.anltr.org I think –  Bart Feb 3 '13 at 20:46
    
@Bart Thanks, I figured it out. –  Guy Coder Feb 3 '13 at 20:47

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

There is a URL search operator present. Something like this should work well:

url:"*antlr.org*"

See the results.

Note the need for an asterisk before and after.Otherwise it will only returns links directly to antlr.org with no path after it.

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