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The Lucene search engine uses the hyphen in place of the NOT operator. I changed the text and examples to reflect this function.[[User:Tomhuber|Tomhuber]] 06:31, 10 March 2010 (UTC)  
 
The Lucene search engine uses the hyphen in place of the NOT operator. I changed the text and examples to reflect this function.[[User:Tomhuber|Tomhuber]] 06:31, 10 March 2010 (UTC)  
  
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The&nbsp;? wild card does not work in the examples.
  
The ? wild card does not work in the examples.
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In #1 under Mixing Advanced Features, the "phrase search" needs a better example. It needs at least a two-word example.
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In the section under Phrase Search, New York City and Family History Library have the same results, whether using double quotes or not. Use better examples.

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The Lucene search engine uses the hyphen in place of the NOT operator. I changed the text and examples to reflect this function.Tomhuber 06:31, 10 March 2010 (UTC)


The ? wild card does not work in the examples.


In #1 under Mixing Advanced Features, the "phrase search" needs a better example. It needs at least a two-word example.


In the section under Phrase Search, New York City and Family History Library have the same results, whether using double quotes or not. Use better examples.