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So... this would be like a concordance over the titles of Snippet nodes. Looks like you would need to fix the formatting so that the concordance terms are aligned properly, which will make it a lot easier for manual scanning of the list (and quick seeking to the titles of interest). Ideally, the listing would look something like this (with some sort of highlighting on the concordance term):
(TIMTOWDI) Breaking a # config # file into name/valu +e pairs Associate a # config # file with a Class:: +DBI class for meta information Stripping bad entries from a # constructor # Create a # constructor # named the same + as your package name! Encrypted Storage of sensible Data in a # Cookie # Fetch a # cookie # to disable X10 popu +p ads
It looks like you're trying to do that, but not quite getting there yet. Why not just set it up as a 3-column table, with the concordance term as the middle column?

And... how about doing this for Code Catacombs, too? The indexing by category in that wing has fallen woefully behind, so any sort of comprehensive index that supports quick-and-easy visual browsing would be an awesome service to all monks.


In reply to Re: Snippets Permuted Index by graff
in thread Snippets Permuted Index by jdporter

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