[sword-devel] WIN32RC3 available
Fri, 14 Apr 2000 07:29:00 -0700
In many cases you do need the <> to be sure you get what you want. If you
search for 26 and not <26> you get any place a number has 26 in it you also
get things like 266 and 3326.
At 12:00 AM 4/14/2000 -0700, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> > Is it by design that you need to include the <> when doing Strong's number
> > searches? I need to change that in the helps, if it is going to stay
> that way.
>Well, you shouldn't need them, but <> designate word numbers and ()
>designate verb tense definition numbers. I'm not sure if the numbers
>overlap, but you can be sure you get what you want if you include the