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SHA1 Hash:2966921d57fc74eff76dc894a865db4255cdfdd7
Date: 2013-04-19 14:32:23
User: dan
Comment:Replace some instances of < and > in the text of fts3.html with < and >.
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<codeblock>
    SELECT fts3_tokenizer(&lt;tokenizer-name&gt;);
    SELECT fts3_tokenizer(&lt;tokenizer-name&gt;, &lt;sqlite3_tokenizer_module ptr&gt;);
</codeblock>

<p>
  Where <tokenizer-name> is a string identifying the tokenizer and
  <sqlite3_tokenizer_module ptr> is a pointer to an sqlite3_tokenizer_module
  structure encoded as an SQL blob. If the second argument is present,
  it is registered as tokenizer <tokenizer-name> and a copy of it
  returned. If only one argument is passed, a pointer to the tokenizer
  implementation currently registered as <tokenizer-name> is returned,
  encoded as a blob. Or, if no such tokenizer exists, an SQL exception
  (error) is raised.

<p>
  <b>SECURITY WARNING</b>: If the fts3/4 extension is used in an environment
  where potentially malicious users may execute arbitrary SQL, they should 
  be prevented from invoking the fts3_tokenizer() function, possibly using 







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<codeblock>
    SELECT fts3_tokenizer(&lt;tokenizer-name&gt;);
    SELECT fts3_tokenizer(&lt;tokenizer-name&gt;, &lt;sqlite3_tokenizer_module ptr&gt;);
</codeblock>

<p>
  Where &lt;tokenizer-name&gt; is a string identifying the tokenizer and
  &lt;sqlite3_tokenizer_module ptr&gt; is a pointer to an sqlite3_tokenizer_module
  structure encoded as an SQL blob. If the second argument is present,
  it is registered as tokenizer &lt;tokenizer-name&gt; and a copy of it
  returned. If only one argument is passed, a pointer to the tokenizer
  implementation currently registered as &lt;tokenizer-name&gt; is returned,
  encoded as a blob. Or, if no such tokenizer exists, an SQL exception
  (error) is raised.

<p>
  <b>SECURITY WARNING</b>: If the fts3/4 extension is used in an environment
  where potentially malicious users may execute arbitrary SQL, they should 
  be prevented from invoking the fts3_tokenizer() function, possibly using