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    Are you sure that MySQL supports these *_AI...

    Are you sure that MySQL supports these *_AI character sets?

    To be frankly honest, I'm taking a hard look at non-MySQL solutions right now, because MySQL is behind the times on the basics like...
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    Here's what I have done, and I think it's quite...

    Here's what I have done, and I think it's quite nearly the best possible solution. I'm unfamiliar with ASP, but I did it this way using Perl. Just generate webpages based on a set of variables,...
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    All of that coding work is completely...

    All of that coding work is completely unnecessary. Certainly, it can be done that way, but the simplest way is to make that column in the database auto-increment, such that each value must be...
  4. Indeed...chazzy is on the right track. It is the...

    Indeed...chazzy is on the right track. It is the header that prints the "Content-header..." line. Therefore, this


    my $fName = param('firstname');
    my $fName2 = param('lastname');
    my $email =...
  5. I'm just writing this piece right here in the...

    I'm just writing this piece right here in the message box, so this is raw and untested, but it might work for you.



    if ($myURL =~ m/
    (
    ( (http|https) ...
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    That's a vaguely worded question. There are...

    That's a vaguely worded question. There are permissions for multiple things on your new server, all of which need to be configured. Ordinarily, file permissions for anything readable from the web...
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    I see a couple of small details that you may want...

    I see a couple of small details that you may want to pay attention to. I'm no expert with PHP...I much prefer Perl...but there are some similarities.

    1) In your image line, watch the apostrophes....
  8. You always need some criterion upon which to...

    You always need some criterion upon which to match rows in the tables to be joined. For example, if you have the same number of rows in each table, using the same auto-numbered primary key, you...
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    Make sure that you have properly set the...

    Make sure that you have properly set the content-header of the page to UTF-8. This is especially important if the user will be entering UTF8 text which is to be stored in the database. (If the...
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    It may not cause any problems, but I always like...

    It may not cause any problems, but I always like to be specific in my queries for the sake of consistency and clarity.

    It is much easier for me to recognize that the order will be ASCending when I...
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    'ORDERY BY' will arrange the results in sort...

    'ORDERY BY' will arrange the results in sort order alphabetically. So it functions on both letters and numbers. But you have missed one term in your query. You should tell 'ORDER BY' whether you...
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    I wouldn't consider myself as an expert here, so...

    I wouldn't consider myself as an expert here, so someone else may offer a better idea, but these would be my answers:

    1) Any category where you want to select ANY possible data candidate, simply...
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    I'm still looking for an answer to this. I've...

    I'm still looking for an answer to this. I've asked a few of my expert friends, who said they'd get back to me, but never did...so I presume they did not find the answer either.

    There are a few...
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    So, is this accent-insensitive search only going...

    So, is this accent-insensitive search only going to be available when using fulltext? Is there a way of making it work with an ordinary LIKE statement, or perhaps with RLIKE?

    Spanish is the only...
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    I've been using queries, via my perl script, of...

    I've been using queries, via my perl script, of this form:


    SELECT * from Database.Table WHERE TextColumn LIKE "%keyword%" LIMIT 0, 10;

    Part of my issue here is that the script needs to handle...
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    Spanish accents & MySQL select query

    Friends,

    I have struggled for months with this one. I originally placed all of the Spanish into the database with the accent characters in HTML-entity form.

    For example:
    ¡Me encanta...
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    I've heard nothing back on this...is no news good news? Did you find a way of doing it?

    I've just discovered that there may be a fairly simple command line operation which might be worth...
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    Your task is not really complicated, but you need...

    Your task is not really complicated, but you need to define the requirements better. Do you have access to a shadow/password file on the server? If so, do you plan to use it? Or, do you want a...
  19. Here you are... You'll have to put the...

    Here you are...

    You'll have to put the filename(s) into the script itself, and it will do the conversion of said file, one at a time. I could probably figure out how to do multiple files much...
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    I code perl with Notepad2. It's simply the best....

    I code perl with Notepad2. It's simply the best. It handles HTML and JavaScript too. It's a simple text editor, but it understands the syntax of those scripts well enough to do the highlighting...
  21. You might try http://www.perlmonks.org. I could...

    You might try http://www.perlmonks.org. I could fairly easily flesh out a script in which you could enter one filename at a time to be converted, but I have never done such a conversion en masse as...
  22. Thread: Mail help

    by PolyGreat
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    I had been too lazy to open that file.... :p ...

    I had been too lazy to open that file.... :p

    So, in that file, you would do this:



    #FIND THIS LINE IN THAT FILE...
    &error_blank_field('the nickname of the recipient') unless...
  23. Yes, Perl is definitely your answer for a job...

    Yes, Perl is definitely your answer for a job like that. The search/replace could be done this way:


    $text =~ s/(\(\d{3}\)\s*\d{3})([-._ ]{1})(\d{4})\s*\b\w+\.*\s*(\d{4})/$1$2$4/g;

    Where...
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    It looks to me that when you say "anything more...

    It looks to me that when you say "anything more complex" you might be meaning that it includes a JavaScript variable--or, to be more precise, any variable denoted as such by the dollar sign. Since...
  25. Thread: Mail help

    by PolyGreat
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    Yeah, basically you can choose to filter...

    Yeah, basically you can choose to filter whichever text you want that is coming in from the form. Just select the variable corresponding to the text field... But I think what I was trying to say is...
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