As all of the substantive text related to Grammar Captive newsletters and podcasts is stored in rows and columns of several tables in the Grammar Captive database, the column definitions of these tables must be modified to accommodate natural language full-text search and match operations. As this modification has now been achieved, I can begin writing the code that receives the user’s search request, matches it against the data contained in the various tables related to his request, and returns it in a user-friendly, readable format.
In the meantime a user interface for a new search engine has been added to the Grammar Captive mainpage. Look under the heading Search Grammar Captive. This engine will match the user’s search request with the Seven Gate’s weekly question-answer pairs.
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