__/ [ Borek ] on Sunday 14 May 2006 20:46 \__
> On Sun, 14 May 2006 20:49:04 +0200, brian0918 <brian0918@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Is there a search engine that will let me search for a phrase using
To OP: You might be better off writing your own parser to do this, assuming
you handle small chunks of text. This needs a special-purpose type of index.
Even search engines that operate on databases of computer code will be
unable to achieve anything as such.
I was going to suggest an acronym finder, but then realised it would not have
suited your need. Another unrelated point: what are you trying to achieve? I
am just very curious...
>> only the first letter of each word? For example: "N* A* S* A*", would
>> give results like: "National Aeronautics and Space Administration" and
>> "National Auto Sport Association", and even "not another stinking
> Always thought NASA stands for National Artificial Stupidity Agency. They
> had two large projects going on, unfortunately I recall name of one only -
> IDMBH (I Did My Best, Honey).
*LOL* That's the beauty of acronyms. See sig.
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