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Re: Re: Matching a question in text

by swiftone (Curate)
on Jun 26, 2001 at 01:12 UTC ( #91443=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Matching a question in text
in thread Matching a question in text

Hmm. Interesting. Any ideas for a good source of "noise" words, or do I just fake it?


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Re: Re: Re: Matching a question in text
by bastard (Hermit) on Jun 26, 2001 at 01:55 UTC
    Search engines do this.
    It was either htdig or swift-e that had a file that contained such "noise words". Just use that. (I think swift-e had them in it's source code).

    You can find links to them here:
    http://www.searchtools.com/

    On another note, the source is available for alot of the search engines on the page. Code examples for things like fuzzy search and context searching might be available.

Re: Re: Re: Matching a question in text
by mr.nick (Chaplain) on Jun 26, 2001 at 02:14 UTC

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