Access Database Search - Better Organization

In my work I support an Access database that was made several (~7...ish) years ago, and the search function that it uses to comb through the 50,000 records that are in it just calls the find and replace function with the following VBA code chunk: Pr...
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2017-01-13 20:01 (0) Answers

Searching for Outlook emails with PowerShell

I've got a problem to search emails in Outlook. This works : Add-Type -assembly "Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook" $Outlook = New-Object -comobject Outlook.Application $namespace = $Outlook.GetNameSpace("MAPI") $e=$Outlook.AdvancedSearch("Inbox","u...
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2017-01-12 17:01 (4) Answers

jsonpath expression for value match

Hi I have this test data data = [ { "company" : "abc", "CEO" : "john" }, { "company" : "xyz", "CEO" : "ron" } ] I want to query data by "ron", and want to get { "company" : "xyz", "CEO" : "ron" } ...
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2017-01-12 17:01 (1) Answers

solving a maze in java

i am trying to solve a maze using either BFS or DFS, the maze numbers are given in a text file so i have to read line by line then convert each string to integers and store each line in an array of size 2 then i store this array in an arraylist. seco...
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2017-01-12 06:01 (0) Answers

Lucene Index Search without stoppers

I am doing some queries over a Lucene index, right now I'm looking for latin phrases over this queries. The problem is that some of this phrases include words that i think are consider like stoppers. For example if my search term is "a contrario sens...
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2017-01-11 23:01 (2) Answers

Elastic Search SQL Equivalent

Im having some problems querying with elasticsearch. So basically i wanted to know the sql equivalent of elasticsearch. Whats the equivalent elasticsearch syntax for this sql query ? SELECT * FROM people WHERE name LIKE( $name% ) AND (...
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2017-01-11 10:01 (1) Answers

Graph search algorithm with fewest accessed nodes

I need an algorithm to find ANY path from point A to point B in a graph. The problem is that finding out wich nodes can follow a specific one needs a quite lengthy matlab simulation, so i want to access as few nodes as possible. I know some heuristi...
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2017-01-10 11:01 (0) Answers

RecyclerView with editTags

I am doing one application. In that i need to search the recycler item and once the user selects item from recycler then it should be set as a tag to that edit text. I did this from this, but its not workin...
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2017-01-10 09:01 (1) Answers

How to implement glob ** for an object?

How can I support a globstar-style ** search through a JavaScript object? This is just like lodash's _.get except that the object to query can contain these special * and ** properties which will be matched against if there is no exact match. In th...
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2017-01-10 01:01 (1) Answers

How to create multiple word search? SQL

We have made a search field where you can search for ingredients and find recipes. For now you can only type in 1 ingredient: if (isset($_POST['search'])) { $searchquery = $_POST['search']; $query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM opskrifter WHERE id I...
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2017-01-09 15:01 (3) Answers

Search in hierarchical tree on neo4j

I have a database organized in several hierarchical trees. Nodes are organized by number.Nodes that begin with the same number are interconnected by relationships. For example: (5)-[connect]-(50)-[connect]-(507)... etc. I want to search, for example...
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2017-01-09 14:01 (1) Answers

Common attributes from Search Results

We're using SphinxSearch (not really relevant likely as we're returning the resulting objects from MySQL) to return user's search results. This part is working fine. We're displaying 30 items per page, but there may be up to 20k results that match. ...
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2017-01-08 18:01 (1) Answers

C searching for a word in a string

Im trying to write a code that scans a string from the console and tries to find the same word in a .txt file. Then print the word and print if its a positive or a negative word. The .txt looks like this: agree: POZ beautiful: POZ amazing: POZ ...
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2017-01-08 13:01 (1) Answers