How does Twitter search interpret the order of boolean operators?
Does it support parentheses for clarifying the order of Boolean operators?
If one does a search like
A AND B OR C AND D
what does Twitter actually search?
1: A AND (B OR (C AND D)) ?
2: (A AND B) OR (C AND D) ?
3: A AND (B OR C) AND D ?
4: ((A AND B) OR C) AND D ?
or something else?
I can now confirm that the answer of @w3d is correct, i.e., if you so a search like
A B OR C D OR E F
it is actually interpreted as
(A AND B) OR (C AND D) OR (E AND F)