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Part: 5 Appendices > Understanding Concept Operators

Understanding Concept Operators

You use Verity's concept operators to specify more than one search word or search element. The concept operator tells Verity whether you mean that all the search words or elements must be present in the document for it to count as a match, or if any one word or element makes the document count as a match. The concept operators include AND and OR.

The AND operator indicates that all the search words or elements must be present in a document to make it count as a match. Here are some examples:


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