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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.

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?

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search for url:*.anltr.org I think – Bart Feb 3 '13 at 20:46
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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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