Example 1. Query Examples
You can search for simple terms, like this
which matches documents where "computer" occur.
No attributes are specified.
matches documents where "knuth donald" occur (provided that the
server supports phrase search).
This query applies two attributes for the same phrase.
@attr 1=1003 @attr 4=1 "knuth donald"
First attribute is type 1 (Bib-1 use), attribute value is 1003
Second attribute has is type 4 (structure), value 1 (phrase),
so this should match documents where Donald Knuth is author.
@and @or a b @not @or c d e
would in infix notation look like
(a or b) and ((c or d) not e)
Another, more complex, one:
@attrset gils @and @attr 1=4 art @attr 1=2000 company
The query as a whole uses the GILS attributeset. The query matches
documents where art
occur in the title (GILS,BIB-1)
and in which company
occur as Distributor (GILS).