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As Anisha indicates, the LQ Search page is what you need. And further: directly under the text area where you enter your query on the search page, there is a little drop-down menu where you can choose to "search titles only" or "search entire posts" - you probably want the latter selection.
Yes, I've tried. I know a string such as 'alice in wonderland' won't be found, because the preposition will be discarded. Neither would 'wonderlan' because it isn't a word. So, looking for strings is, in general, impossible, AFAIK. Regards.
I know my delay in answering your post is not able to be forgotten. I feel sorry for that. And I did not even try the "quoting device", not expecting it to work. But having received your reply, I tried it and it worked. Although string 'appy bo' won't be found in cases where 'happy boy' would be. Thanks a lot.