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Plucene::Search::PhrasUserrContributed Perl DocPlucene::Search::PhraseQuery(3)

NAME
       Plucene::Search::PhraseQuery - A	query that matchs a phrase

SYNOPSIS
	       # isa Plucene::Search::Query

DESCRIPTION
       A Query that matches documents containing a particular sequence of
       terms.

       A phrase	query represents a query that is matched against a consecutive
       sequence	of terms in the	field. For example, the	phrase query 'winding
       road' should match 'winding road' but not 'road winding'	(with the
       exception of more relaxed slop factors).

       Phrase queries are represented in Plucene's API by instances of the
       PharseQuery class.  These instances contain an ordered list of Term
       objects that represent the terms	to match. For obvious reasons, all
       terms in	a PhraseQuery must refer to the	same field.

       A phrase	query may have an optional boost factor	and an optional	slop
       parameter (default = 0).	The slop parameter can be used to relax	the
       phrase matching by accepting somewhat out of order sequences of the
       terms.

METHODS
   add
       Adds a term to the end of the query phrase.

   sum_squared_weights
       The sum squared weights of this query.

   normalize
       Normalize the query.

   to_string
       Prints a	user-readable version of this query.

perl v5.32.1			  2005-09-05   Plucene::Search::PhraseQuery(3)

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