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Ankur commented on PIG-732:
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Olga,
        Thanks for a quick review. 
> (1) Pig already support limit operator ....
I have a relation where I need to group by field-1 and retain top-N occurrences 
of field-2. So I group by (field-1, field-2), generate counts and flattened 
tuple of the form (field-1, field2, <count>). Now I again group on field-1 and 
just retain top-N tuples. So I actually need to project bags of limited size. I 
don't think this can be done using LIMIT as it is not allowed inside FOREACH.

> (2) Filtering UDFs are meant to be used as ....
Moved TopN and SearchQuery UDFs to  piggyBank/evaluation/util. Also moved the 
test cases to the appropriate location.

> (3) Each file included needs to have Apache license header ....
Done.



> Utility UDFs 
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>
>                 Key: PIG-732
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PIG-732
>             Project: Pig
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Ankur
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: udf.v1.patch, udf.v2.patch
>
>
> Two utility UDFs and their respective test cases.
> 1. TopN - Accepts number of tuples (N) to retain in output, field number 
> (type long) to use for comparison, and an sorted/unsorted bag of tuples. It 
> outputs a bag containing top N tuples.
> 2. SearchQuery - Accepts an encoded URL from any of the 4 search engines 
> (Yahoo, Google, AOL, Live) and extracts and normalizes the search query 
> present in it.

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