Archie is a program which allows a user to find for files accessible on one or more FTP (File Transfer Protocol) servers.

Archie was compiled by Alan Emtage, Bill Heelan, and Mike Parker at McGill University in Montreal Canada and is recognized as to become the initial SE and launched on September 10, 1990.
While Archie is rarely used today, some websites still offer an Archie search feature. You can often identify an Archie search engine by a URL that begins with “archie” rather than “www.” Most Archie search engines allow you to search for filenames based on either substrings or exact matches. The user can use boolean operators such as AND and OR to search for multiple filenames at once.

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