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Comment:Fix a typo in the documentation for fts3 matchinfo option 'y'.
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User & Date: dan 2015-05-05 19:59:29
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2015-05-06
17:25
Add news and adjust the date for the 3.8.10 release. check-in: 854c6fc854 user: drh tags: trunk
2015-05-05
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Fix a typo in the documentation for fts3 matchinfo option 'y'. check-in: 9dff844fd9 user: dan tags: trunk
01:48
Add the new dot-commands to the CLI document. check-in: 39d0f62c46 user: drh tags: trunk
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<p style="margin-left:0;margin-right:0">
      The first value in the array of integer values corresponds to the
      leftmost column of the table (column 0) and the first phrase in the query
      (phrase 0). The values corresponding to other column/phrase combinations
      may be located using the following formula:

<pre>
          hits_for_phrase_p_column_c  = array&#91;3 * (c + p*cols) + 0&#93;
</pre>
      For queries that use OR expressions, or those that use LIMIT or return
      many rows, the 'y' matchinfo option may incur significantly less overhead
      than 'x'.

  <tr><td>n <td>1 <td>The number of rows in the FTS4 table. This value is
    only available when querying FTS4 tables, not FTS3.







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<p style="margin-left:0;margin-right:0">
      The first value in the array of integer values corresponds to the
      leftmost column of the table (column 0) and the first phrase in the query
      (phrase 0). The values corresponding to other column/phrase combinations
      may be located using the following formula:

<pre>
          hits_for_phrase_p_column_c  = array&#91;c + p*cols&#93;
</pre>
      For queries that use OR expressions, or those that use LIMIT or return
      many rows, the 'y' matchinfo option may incur significantly less overhead
      than 'x'.

  <tr><td>n <td>1 <td>The number of rows in the FTS4 table. This value is
    only available when querying FTS4 tables, not FTS3.