Google Code Snippets Now Available in Universal Search

Apr 7, 2008 - 9:42 am 0 by

Michael Gray pointed out that Google Code snippets are now part of universal search and I was able to reproduce his findings this morning.

Google Code Snippets Added to Universal Search

If you notice halfway down the page, you're seeing a whole brand new set of results that are pulled from a file built in C programming language.

I think the best part, though (at least for many SEOs) is that the Wikipedia result is below the fold. ;)

What do you think about this new discovery? If you're a coder, do you find the results valuable or not helpful at all?

Forum discussion continues at Cre8asite Forums.


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