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Comment:Change "the following three queries" to "the following four queries" in fts5.in.
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User & Date: dan 2019-02-18 15:33:50
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Fix typos in the fileformat2.html page. check-in: eecca5ae5e user: drh tags: trunk
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Change "the following three queries" to "the following four queries" in fts5.in. check-in: b5b65a3c13 user: dan tags: trunk
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Clarification of the StrAppend() routine in althttpd.c. check-in: 90fe325e31 user: drh tags: trunk
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<h2 tags="FTS5 Phrases">FTS5 Phrases</h2>
<p>
FTS queries are made up of <b>phrases</b>. A phrase is an ordered list of 
one or more tokens. A string is transformed into a phrase by passing it to
the FTS table tokenizer. Two phrases can be concatenated into a single 
large phrase using the "+" operator. For example, assuming the tokenizer
module being used tokenizes the input "one.two.three" to three separate
tokens, the following three queries all specify the same phrase:

<codeblock>
  ... MATCH '"one two three"'
  ... MATCH 'one + two + three'
  ... MATCH '"one two" + three'
  ... MATCH 'one.two.three'
</codeblock>







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<h2 tags="FTS5 Phrases">FTS5 Phrases</h2>
<p>
FTS queries are made up of <b>phrases</b>. A phrase is an ordered list of 
one or more tokens. A string is transformed into a phrase by passing it to
the FTS table tokenizer. Two phrases can be concatenated into a single 
large phrase using the "+" operator. For example, assuming the tokenizer
module being used tokenizes the input "one.two.three" to three separate
tokens, the following four queries all specify the same phrase:

<codeblock>
  ... MATCH '"one two three"'
  ... MATCH 'one + two + three'
  ... MATCH '"one two" + three'
  ... MATCH 'one.two.three'
</codeblock>