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Sat, 23 Jul 2005 16:58:43 GMT
Feedster {noearlycompletion}

Scott Johnson: Like many search engines, the values that Feedster displays for the number of search results a particular query produces is an estimate. [cut] How did I know that the estimate was off? Well I used the search modifier {noearlycompletion}. This is a search optimization hint which says to Feedster "Actually perform this search to its fullest extent before returning the results and the total number of results".

http://scott.feedster.com/archives/143-Understanding-noearlycompletion.html

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