I agree with Ralph (scary). It **is** a proximity operation.
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Subject: Re: CQL and Marc record fields
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> >> Hence for indicators is seems likely that these would have to be
> >> handled by relational modifiers.
> > A cleaner version is:
> > marc.245$a = "Smith"
> > prox/unit=element/distance=0
> > marc.245i1 = "4"
> > See also the discussion on the ZeeRex context set concerning
> > searching for attributes with an attribute set.
> Hands up everyone who's actually implemented
> Thought so.
> I stuff support Matthew's relation-modifier approach.
Sorry, but the prox version is the "right way" to do it.
I don't see how one implementation would be any harder than the other.