####'' in the search string. For example, the word 日本 (``Japan'') is made up of the two characters whose JIS codes are
4b5c. You could search for all entries that contained ``日本'' 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 日本. 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 日本, 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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