I'm trying to implement the #2-SAT algorithm from the paper "Counting Satisfying Assignments in 2-SAT and 3-SAT" (Dahllöf, Jonsson and Wahlström, Theor. Comput. Sci. 332(1–3):265–291, 2005). A few lines into the algorithm description the authors denotes a sub algorithm and claims "The function $C_E$ computes #2-SAT by exhaustive search. It will be applied only to formulas of size ≤ 4 and can thus be safely assumed to run in O(1) time". The size of formulas is referred to the number of clauses.
I've been trying to find this exhaustive search algorithm that computes a #2-sat instance with number of clauses less than 4. But the results only returns algorithms for generally solving/counting models for #2 or #3-SAT and does not talk about a special case when size ≤ 4. First of all, is this claim true? Since the paper was published by a well known journal, I guess it is. But if so, does anyone know about this special case?