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NEAR() and ONEAR()
The explicit proximity searching operators can be used to restrict the document result set to documents that have terms within a certain distance from each other. For NEAR, the order of the search terms doesn't matter for the matching, only the distance.
Example: near(photovoltaic film n=4) returns documents that have the words photovoltaic and film with no more than 4 words separating the two terms.
Example: near(photovoltaic film panel solar n=10) returns documents that have the words photovoltaic, film, panel and solar with a cumulative separation of no more than 10 words.
ONEAR specifies the exact order for your search terms to match. Any number of terms may be combined with NEAR and ONEAR operators. A default term distance of 4 is used if the distance N= is not specified. The operators are not case-sensitive.
Example: onear(photovoltaic solar panel n=10) returns documents that have the words photovoltaic, solar and panel in the order specified with a cumulative separation of no more than 10 words.
AND & ( AND or the Ampersand symbol )
This operator is the default operator if none is given. A document must contain all terms and expressions to be listed in the result set. As this is the default operator, you do not need to write it out explicitly. The three following examples are interpreted in exactly the same way. If you use the AND operator, it must be upper case.
Example: baby food India
Example: baby AND food AND India
Example: baby & food & India
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This operator returns all documents that contains at least one of the terms. If you use the OR operator, it must be upper case.
Example: solar energy OR solar power
Example: solar energy | solar power
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Example: nanotube NOT thermoplastic
Example: nanotube - thermoplastic
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