####'' in the search string. For example, the word [Kanji Image] (``Japan'') is made up of the two characters whose JIS codes are
4b5c. You could search for all entries that contained ``[Kanji Image]'' by searching for ``
!467c!4b5c'' (without the quotes, of course). If you use the default ``word starting with pattern'', you'll find words beginning with [Kanji Image]. Follow this link to see the main dictionary server with this example set up.
Note that when you insert Japanese text in this way, the ``Japanese Search'' and ``English Search'' selection doesn't matter, as that only governs if the letters you type should be taken as romaji or English. However, if you use ``combo searches'', it does still matter for the non-raw parts.
For example, searching for ``
!467c!4b5c AND NOT ENGLISH japan''
would find entries that began with [Kanji Image], but didn't have
the English ``japan'' anywhere in them. If the ``Japanese/English''
selector were on ``English'', then you could omit the ``
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