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I need to build an expression which states like this "to have exact word 'National' which is not near by word 'news' atleast by 3 words"
("National" NOT news)~3
Is this corret?
If not what is the correct expression?
I think you need to breakout the expression. I would think it would be "National" not (national news)~3.
I think it can also be
"National" and live not (national news)~3
Can we use multiple words for NEAR operator.
Ex: (since I was little)~5
No, you can only do 2 word parings.
How would the query with multiple words work?
I see its picking the full "since I was little" from my response.
Well what exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to find all instances where any of those words are within 5 words of each other (i.e since and I & since and was & since and little, etc.)
You could write those all out as 2 word pairs, but you really aren't going to get anything meaningful from your data.
So I am looking for instances near 5 words between "since I am" and "little"
I would write that like (since little)~5 and "since I am"
Maybe that doesn't help you.