Re: htdig: dog and cat


Timothy P. Peterman (timothy.p.peterman@lmco.com)
Tue, 10 Nov 1998 08:42:01 -0500


I have found that if you make the AND, OR, or NOT in a boolean
search UPPER CASE, it behaves as expected (I am still running
version 3.0.8b2).

Tim Peterman
Lockheed Martin
Moorestown, NJ

Zvi Har'El wrote:
>
> I have reported this in the past, put didn't see any change or response, and
> now thatI have intalled 3.1.0b2, I repeate the bug, simpified a little. When
> searching for a boolean expression, like "dog and cat", the search is done
> correctly, and returns the values "dog cat" in $(WORDS) and "(dog or dogs) and
> (cat or cater or cats or caters)" in $(LOGICAL_WORDS). Notice that an "and" is
> missing in $(WORDS), and if the user uses the default header.html to refine the
> search, the next search will genetae an error!
>
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