Erick Erickson resolved LUCENE-7451.
    Resolution: Invalid

We try to reserve the JIRA lists for actual, identified code problems or 
improvement, not usage questions.

This is almost certainly an error in your code, most likely your analysis chain 
(i.e. the tokenizer + filters you use for this field) are breaking up the input 
on, perhaps, non-characters or the like. And/or the query parser you use to 
search is doing something similar. If you're using a simple tokenization 
process like whitespace this should be just fine. How you deal with periods at 
the ends of sentences is another issue ;)

Thus the suggestion you use the user's list for the question until there is 
some evidence that this is an actual _code_ problem in Lucene. You'll benefit 
because there are many more people who view/use/answer questions on the user's 
list than via JIRAs, so you'll get answers faster.

When you do post a message on the user's list, please include enough data to 
help diagnose the problem other than "it doesn't work". You might review: 

> Hi David, 
> ----------
>                 Key: LUCENE-7451
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-7451
>             Project: Lucene - Core
>          Issue Type: Bug
>            Reporter: Guyenot Jeremy
> You just closed my previous ticket, because you thought it was a request for 
> help.
> Instead I'm just trying to understand why when I'm seeking a sequence of 
> number (figures with eventually a decimal separator, like . or ,) using 
> Lucene, it does not work.
> If you agree on the fact that figures are kind of characters, this is 
> definitely a bogue.
> Thanks for your detailed answer.
> Cheers,

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