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Comment:Clarify authorship of the original FTS3 code in fts3.html.
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2009-12-01
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Fix a couple of bugs in the examples in fts3.in. check-in: 9bd28d637b user: dan tags: trunk
2009-11-30
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Clarify authorship of the original FTS3 code in fts3.html. check-in: daf96c0053 user: dan tags: trunk
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Update indicative performance numbers for populating a large database in fts3.html. check-in: 54090fd49f user: dan tags: trunk
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  with documents placed on the World Wide Web". Users input a term, or series 
  of terms, perhaps connected by a binary operator or grouped together into a 
  phrase, and the full-text query system finds the set of documents that best 
  matches those terms considering the operators and groupings the user has 
  specified. This document describes the deployment and usage of FTS3.

<p>
  FTS3 was originally contributed to the SQLite project by Scott Hess and
  <a href="http://www.google.com">Google</a>. It is now developed and maintained
  as part of SQLite.

[h1 "Introduction to FTS3"]

<p>
  The FTS3 extension module allows users to create special tables with a 
  built-in full-text index (hereafter "FTS3 tables"). The full-text index
  allows the user to efficiently query the database for all rows that contain







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  with documents placed on the World Wide Web". Users input a term, or series 
  of terms, perhaps connected by a binary operator or grouped together into a 
  phrase, and the full-text query system finds the set of documents that best 
  matches those terms considering the operators and groupings the user has 
  specified. This document describes the deployment and usage of FTS3.

<p>
  Portions of the original FTS3 code were contributed to the SQLite project 
  by Scott Hess of <a href="http://www.google.com">Google</a>. It is now 
  developed and maintained as part of SQLite.

[h1 "Introduction to FTS3"]

<p>
  The FTS3 extension module allows users to create special tables with a 
  built-in full-text index (hereafter "FTS3 tables"). The full-text index
  allows the user to efficiently query the database for all rows that contain