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Re: [RFC] Zenmap search interface overhaul
From: Vladimir Mitrovic <snipe714 () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 21:15:22 +0200

The same thing could work for before: and after:, except they would only
subtract and add days, respectively. I think I would almost always use
the ~ option.

I didn't understand this. Does "after:~2008-01-10" mean:

"all scans after 00:00 on January 12"

or

"all scans after 00:00 on January 10, up until 00:00 on January 12"?

I don't see the use for the former, but just checking. On the other hand, the 
latter is just another way of saying "after:2008-01-10 before:2008-01-12". Right?

Vladimir

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