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Posted: 11/16/2003, 1:12 AM

I think it is the time for the CodeCharge Team to separate this forum into 2 ot more section:

1) CodeCharge
2) CodeCharge Studio

This applies to the tips and articles, applications, etc.

Thanks for attention.

I hope you will implement this, since most the thread of this forum pay no attention by you :(.
Posted: 11/16/2003, 5:36 PM

Great, simply great indeed Simon ...

I think they will separate this issue sooner, but no matter to what avail. People post elsewhere regardless of what category....They can even post a job advertisement or a flame or anything irrelevant.

When there is a moderator feature on the other hand, the system gets messy, we will be required to register, login and authenticate and wait for moderate control before posting. Do you like that? I don't?!?!?!
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Posted: 11/18/2003, 4:18 PM

I would settle for a more advanced keyword based search..

select * from forumtables where text like '%keyword1%' or text like '%keyword2%'

Is that so difficult?

If you turn on full-text indexing it would even be fast!
Frustrated Searcher
Posted: 11/18/2003, 4:21 PM

Actually now that I think about it, use the AND boolean in the above query.

It will only take about 30 seconds of your time, and will make everyone happy.

you then would just include CCS in the search, along with your other keywords..

If they wanted to get CRAZY and spend 15 minutes on it, they could easily add a simple version of what most search engines have; ie: if the keywords are in Quotation marks search them as one term, etc. even more craziness would be if we could preceed keywords with an operator to change the boolean logic or find results where specifc keywords do not exist.



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