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Example Syntax: '''linear(x,2,4)''' returns 2*x+4
== recip ==
 A reciprocal function with '''recip(myfield,m,a,b)''' implementing a/(m*x+b). m,a,b are
constants, x is any arbitrarily complex function.
+ A reciprocal function with '''recip(x,m,a,b)''' implementing a/(m*x+b). m,a,b are constants,
x is any numeric field or arbitrarily complex function.
When a and b are equal, and x>=0, this function has a maximum value of 1 that drops as
x increases. Increasing the value of a and b together results in a movement of the entire
function to a flatter part of the curve. These properties can make this an ideal function
for boosting more recent documents when x is rord(datefield).
Example Syntax: '''recip(rord(creationDate),1,1000,1000)'''
+
+ <!> [[Solr1.4]]
+ In Solr 1.4 and later, best practice is to avoid ord() and rord() and derive the boost directly
from the value of the date field.
+ See ms() for more details.
== max ==
max(x,c) returns the max of another function and a constant. Useful for "bottoming out"
another function at some constant.
Example Syntax: '''max(myfield,0)'''
+
+ == ms ==
+ <!> [[Solr1.4]]
+
+ Returns milliseconds of difference between it's arguments.
+
+ Dates are relative to the Unix or POSIX time epoch, midnight, January 1, 1970 UTC.
+
+ Arguments may be numerically indexed date fields such as !TrieDate (the default in 1.4),
or date math (examples in SolrQuerySyntax) based on a constant date or '''NOW'''.
+
+ '''ms()'''
+ Equivalent to '''ms(NOW)''', number of milliseconds since the epoch.
+ '''ms(a)'''
+ Returns the number of milliseconds since the epoch that the argument represents.
+
+ Example: '''ms(NOW/DAY)'''
+
+ Example: '''ms(20000101T00:00:00Z)'''
+
+ Example: '''ms(mydatefield)'''
+ '''ms(a,b)'''
+ Returns the number of milliseconds that {{{b}}} occurs before {{{a}}} (i.e. {{{a  b}}}).
Note that this offers higher precision than '''sub(a,b)''' because the arguments are not
converted to floating point numbers before subtraction.
+
+ Example: '''ms(NOW,mydatefield)'''
+
+ Example: '''ms(mydatefield,20000101T00:00:00Z)'''
+
+ Example: '''ms(datefield1,datefield2)'''
== top ==
<!> [[Solr1.4]]
