If = and == are very different, then I would strongly vote that == not
be used. I've spent too much of my programming life tracking down the
results of accidentally using one instead of the other. It is a common
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> Subject: Re: CQL relations in 1.2
> On Wed, 26 Jul 2006, LeVan,Ralph wrote:
> >> >If "exact" is deprecated, what is the preferred way to do string
> >> >searches?
> >> eq. Potentially renamed: ==
> >I thought that was the replacement for scr.
> * scr becomes =
> * = (as adjacency/phrase search) becomes adj
> * = (as numeric equality) becomes eq (or ==, or somethingElseNew)
> exact then has no reason to exist, as it's subsumed into the new
> equality relation. The new equality relation could be called 'exact',
> but I think that's even more confusing than a new name as the
> are different.