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From:Paul DuBois Date:December 30 2002 5:38am
Subject:RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23
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At 21:17 -0700 12/28/02, Mike Hillyer wrote:
>I would think that using the fulltext search IN BOOLEAN MODE would return
>results of any length, even 3 characters or less, check the bottom of
>http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Fulltext_Search.html for examples on using
>boolean mode.

Nope.  IN BOOLEAN MODE wasn't implemented until 4.x.

>
>Mike Hillyer
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Frank Peavy [mailto:fpeavy@stripped]
>Sent: Saturday, December 28, 2002 7:55 PM
>To: mysql@stripped
>Subject: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23
>
>
>Does anyone have a method of performing fulltext searches on words less
>than 3 characters on MySql 3.23? I am dealing with a web hosting company so
>a re-compile is out of the question.
>
>Anyone have any good suggestions? I need to perform searches on acronyms
>like "php".
>Thanks.

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Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Frank Peavy29 Dec
  • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Mike Hillyer29 Dec
    • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Paul DuBois30 Dec
  • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23JamesD29 Dec
    • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23JamesD29 Dec
    • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Mike Hillyer29 Dec
      • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23JamesD29 Dec
      • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Frank Peavy30 Dec
    • RE: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Paul DuBois30 Dec
  • re: Fulltext search of words < 3 chars in 3.23Egor Egorov29 Dec