Re: [FHCNET] another question
- On 10/14/07, Len Ingermanson <len438@...> wrote:
> All I know is that theI'll take a guess as to why. Lets suppose that we're studying Jesus'
> folks in charge do not want us to guess at the location, they prefer that we
> try to extend our research in an effort to find an exact location.
> as new information is added by each of us it is preferred that we not use of
> and a general location.
birth. A researcher has entered it into nFS as "land of Jerusalem".
Someone doing a search with "Bethlehem" may not find it, because to
the computer "Bethlehem" and "of Jerusalem" is not a match. But if
the first researcher had left the location blank, then the computer
would not have rejected it because it knows a blank entry means that
the location should not be compared.
Trying to teach the computer to compare "of" is going to be difficult.