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  Building a Simple Search Engine with PHP
Subject:   MySQL Fulltext?
Date:   2002-10-28 00:01:55
From:   anonymous2
Hey,


Why not use the MySQl Fulltext?


This gives you support for boolean operations and stopwords.


It might be a good idea.


-- Brian

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  • MySQL Fulltext?
    2003-05-21 12:52:26  anonymous2 [View]

    Great idea, if your ISP supports MySQL 3.23....

    >Hey,
    >Why not use the MySQl Fulltext?

    >This gives you support for boolean operations >and stopwords.

    >It might be a good idea.

    -- Brian
    • MySQL Fulltext?
      2008-05-13 23:07:27  manrah [View]

      i have a problem on search.
      suppose i do a search on name, age ,sex which i collect through post on search page.on basis of these parameter i get 10 search result pages of 10 profile per page.but when I navigate to link that of next or previous result page I lost the parameters i.e name , age, sex.how to overcome this problem.