From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jul 31 2010 - 09:04:43 CDT
As an option (which may be in fact the default), this mode should also
treat all runs of "variable" elements by only making the FIRST of them
with a non-ignorable primary weight [.0201].
If there are several "variable" elements, the subsequent ones will get
the primary weight [.0000] instead, but they will preserve all their 3
So in this mode with this option for runs of variable elements:
" " (one spaces) would collate as [.0201.020A.0020.0002.0020]
" " (two spaces) would collate as
This option for runs of variable elements is useful to collate
together, at the primary level two equal words that are separated by
different numbers of spaces.
This new "Separating" mode will also be very useful for plain-text
searches (working at level 1 only), as a MUCH better alternative to
"Shifted" which finds too many occurences by ignoring all word
separations and all spaces in arbitrary runs). So when searching for
"km/h" it will still find "km h", or "km-h", or "km h" (two spaces in
the middle), or "km / h"
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