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In database searching, the order in which search terms and logical commands are typed, which determines how they are combined by the computer. In most databases, syntax is specified in a search statement by the use of parentheses.

Search statement: children and television and (violence or aggression)

In this search, the Boolean or will be performed before the and command.

See also: Boolean searching and nesting.

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