How do you search for a title that contains a question mark?
Question marks are used as wildcards in HeinOnline searches. This means that typically if you perform a search using a question mark, HeinOnline will look for variations of a single character. (For more information on wild card searches, click here.)
This use as a wildcard affects normal searching. So if you have a title with a question mark, put the whole title in quotation marks to get the intended results.
For example, let’s search for Rhode Island Nurse Practitioners: Are They Legally Practicing Medicine Without a License?
If we search for this without using quotation marks:
We get no matching search results; however if we put the search in quotation marks, we get the precise result we are looking for: