This is a bit of a tricky one, as a search engine isn't just some 10 line code you can quickly type and expect to work. It'd be quite complex, because you have to run several queries for each of the boolean types, and you also have to account somehow for case-sensitivity.
I'm currently working on a search engine to incorporate into my Content Management System (more info at http://www.inspirationstudios.co.uk/dot/cms) that incorporates all your requirements so I'll get back to you with some more coding info once I've worked on it there. "Spamsucks86" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message 000001c1f924$1b35bcd0$ea553944@cc1966780a">news:000001c1f924$1b35bcd0$ea553944@cc1966780a... > I don't want to use a module though. I just want to take what a person > types and parse it so I can put it into a mysql query and search my > database of data. I share the server and I can't get mnoGoSearch > compiled in with PHP, so unless there's PHP code I can borrow from it, I > don't think it will help me. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php