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If I want to use "+" in search function (t.ex USA + Job), how can I do??
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by:spiridonov
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Could you explain more details
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by:ruisun
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Thank U for U answer the question!!
It is like this: I think I know how to search in a table "SELECT * from Name Where columname=Keyword"
But now I want that I can search in a table not just by one keyword , but by two. or more
T.ex. I want to search something match two keyword by writing: keyword1 + keyword2  in the search form  Like I do it in "Yahoo", I want to know how can I write script??  
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by:manish77
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ARE YOU LOOKING FOR PARTIAL SEARCH ON BOTH KEYWORDS??
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Using your one keyword example, here are some other options:

 Your example: SELECT * from Name Where columname=Keyword
1) select * from Name where columnname="Keyword1" or
   columnname="keyword2" (returns records where columnname is
                          keyword1 or keyword2)
2) select * from Name where columnname in ("keyword1","keyword2")
   (Same as 1)
3) select * from Name where columnname like "%keyword1%" or
   columnname like "%keyword2%" (Columnname contains keyword1 or
                                 keyword2, but not both)
4) select * from Name where columnname like "%keyword1%" or
   columnname like "%keyword2%" (Columnname contains keyword1
                                  and keyword2)
5) select * from Name where columnname like "%keyword1%keyword2%"
   (Contains keyword1 and keyword2 in that order)
6) select * from Name where columnname like "%keyword2%keyword1%"
   (Contains keyword2 and keyword1 in that order)

It hope this gives you the choices you need. If not send more
specific info on your problem.


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