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<?php
$con=mysqli_connect("localhost","root","","search");
if(mysqli_connect_errno())
{
echo"Error can not connect DB".mysqli_connect_error();
}
$sql=mysqli_query("SELECT * FROM searchengine WHERE pername LIKE '%$_GET[name]%'");
while($rr=mysqli_fetch_array($sql))
{
echo $rr[name];
}
?>
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kbrandwijk 30-Aug-14 10:12am
   
What is the problem?
pandu web dev 31-Aug-14 8:51am
   
your Question is incomplete. What do you mean by a search engine?

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Are you thinking of a web-wide search engine or just a site-wide search engine? If you wanted a site-wide search engine and the content/text of your pages are stored in a database then it is pretty easy to do. Doing an internet-wide search engine such as google, yahoo, etc...are faaaaar more difficult and obviously are pretty prevalent across the Net already. Although google can help you with a site-wide search engine without having to code your own.
I do not know exactly what you'd be planning to store in the database table that is in your posting but it would be a start in making a search engine to search your own site's content if it's content is store in a database.

Maybe I'm wrong here in either understanding what you are looking for or in my own assumptions. Perhaps with some clarification/elaboration I, or someone else here, might be able to provide more assistance.
   

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