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Comment:Fix a minor typo in fts3.html.
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User & Date: dan 2009-12-05 19:07:40
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2009-12-07
15:02
Change the 3.6.21 release date to 2009-12-07. check-in: 81494ab7d5 user: drh tags: trunk
2009-12-05
19:07
Fix a minor typo in fts3.html. check-in: a92e1357cb user: dan tags: trunk
2009-12-04
07:50
Clarify that the values stored in the rowid of an FTS3 table do not change when the database is VACUUMed. check-in: 39d5f660c5 user: dan tags: trunk
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  <i>-- or "link apprentice".</i>
  SELECT * FROM docs WHERE docs MATCH '"lin* app*"';
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  <li><p><b>NEAR queries</b>. 
    A NEAR query is a query that returns documents that contain a two or
    more nominated terms of phrases within a specified proximity of each 
    other (by default with 10 or less intervening terms). A NEAR query is 
    specified by putting the keyword "NEAR" between two phrase, term or 
    term prefix queries. To specify a proximity other than the default,
    an operator of the form "NEAR/<i>&lt;N&gt;</i>" may be used, where
    <i>&lt;N&gt;</i> is the maximum number of intervening terms allowed.
    For example:
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  <i>-- or "link apprentice".</i>
  SELECT * FROM docs WHERE docs MATCH '"lin* app*"';
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<ul>
  <li><p><b>NEAR queries</b>. 
    A NEAR query is a query that returns documents that contain a two or
    more nominated terms or phrases within a specified proximity of each 
    other (by default with 10 or less intervening terms). A NEAR query is 
    specified by putting the keyword "NEAR" between two phrase, term or 
    term prefix queries. To specify a proximity other than the default,
    an operator of the form "NEAR/<i>&lt;N&gt;</i>" may be used, where
    <i>&lt;N&gt;</i> is the maximum number of intervening terms allowed.
    For example:
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