In addition, the NEAR operator now receives an optional parameter that indicates maximum token distance. However, the default value is still 8. The syntax for ONEAR is as follows, where n is an optional parameter that indicates maximum distance between the terms. For example, the following query matches items where the terms "acquisition" and "debt" appear within the same item, where an instance of "acquisition" is followed by up to eight other terms, and then an instance of the term "debt".
The order of the terms must match for an item to be returned: "acquisition" ONEAR "debt" If you require a smaller distance between the terms, you can specify it as follows. This query matches items where the terms "acquisition" and "debt" appear within the same item, where a maximum distance of 3 between the terms. The following query example matches results that contain either the term "TV" or the term "television".
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