> CQL does not use a TOKEN ALONE to specify whether it is a operator or
> search term. Instead it is the context (position) that makes them what
> they are.. So
> a b c
> is treated as term=a, booleanop=b, term=b, whereas
No, this should be treated as index relation term.
> a b
> is treated as term=a, booleanop=b, term missing.
And this should be index relation (missing term)
The Booleans are enuerated to AND OR NOT and PROX, whereas the relations
are not enumerated to allow for context-sets to provide further specific
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