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Plucene::Index::Term(3User Contributed Perl DocumentatiPlucene::Index::Term(3)

NAME
       Plucene::Index::Term - a	word from text

SYNOPSIS
	       my $term	= Plucene::Index::Term->new({
			       field =>	$field_name,
			       text  =>	$text,
	       });

	       # with two Plucene::Index::Term objects you can do:

	       if ($term1->eq($term2)) { ... }

	       # etc

DESCRIPTION
       A Term represents a word	from text, and is the unit of search.  It is
       composed	of two elements, the text of the word, as a string, and	the
       name of the field that the text occured in, as a	string.

       Note that terms may represent more than words from text fields, but
       also things like	dates, email addresses,	urls, etc.

METHODS
   eq /	ne / lt	/ gt / ge / le
       Exactly what you	would think they are.

perl v5.32.0			  2005-09-05	       Plucene::Index::Term(3)

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