On Thu, 5 Sep 2002, Alan Kent wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 04, 2002 at 11:09:17AM -0400, Ray Denenberg wrote:
> If I understand things, to find an exact title I would use:
> Title="How to make money"
> To do first-words-in-field I would say
> Title="How to make money|"
> To do words-anywhere-in-field I would say
> Title="|How to make money|"
> But I would assume the following probably would not be supported by
> most people (I cannot turn it into an attribute list).
> Title="|How to make money"
> That is 'last words in field'. So it may be legal in CQL, but an
> implementation may choose to say 'sorry, I cannot do that!'.
Yes. Perhaps some implementations will, and perhaps they won't. It's
just an unsupported search (though hopefully there's a diagnostic to say
why in particular it's not working)
> Also, in the spec you posted, it said '|' was one or more words. Should
> this be zero or more words? Otherwise the following means words in title
> If its zero or more words, it makes more sense doesn't it? Or is the goal
Yes. It should be zero or more, I think.
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