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Proximity searching allows you to combine search terms using the two proximity operators NEAR and FBY (FOLLOWED BY). Enter the required terms separated by the proximity operator you wish to use.
When searching using NEAR and FBY, you can specify the maximum number of words you want to allow between the terms by entering a full stop followed by the required number after the operator, for example near.6. When executing a phrase proximity search, Kafkas Werke counts the number of words between the first word of the first phrase and the first word of the second phrase.
If no maximum is set, the software will retrieve all items where the terms entered are within ten words of each other.
You can use either the English operators NEAR and FBY, or the German equivalents NAHE and VOR.
The NEAR operator enables you to search for terms situated within a specified distance of each other, and in any order.
The FBY (FOLLOWED BY) operator enables you to search for terms situated within a specified distance of each other, and in the specified order.
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