[linux-help] Re: AND operation in regexp/PHP
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Jesse Kaufman wrote:
> Ok, I give up... how the heck do you do an AND operation using regexp in
> PHP? I'm writing a search site for my mp3 lists, and I can successfully
> search for <string1>|<string2>|<string3>|... , but how do i change it so
> that it searches for <string1>AND<string2>AND<string3>AND... so that the
> more words you type in, the more precise the search gets?
you can't unless they are in order then you can do
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> On Sun, 12 Nov 2000, Patrick Klee wrote:
> > Hi again,
> > I found something really cool! I found an RPM package of the 2.4
> > test kernel. But, I have a question on how to install it.
> > I have 2.2.16-4.lfs, and installed the RPM using the following:
> > rpm -ivh --force kernel-2.2.16-4.lfs.i386.rpm
> > I also want to have the test 2.4 kernel on the same drive, so I can boot
> > back and forth, but when I issued that command for 2.2.16, it deleted my
> > old folder called: 2.2.14-5.0.
> > What command do I issue with RPM (4.0 by the way), without erasing my
> > 2.2.16 directory?
> > I thought rpm -ivh <file>
> > and then write that in the lilo.conf with your favorite text editor.
> > (mine is pico ;-))
> > Any suggestions, comments and help would be GREATLY appriciated.
> > Cheers,
> > Patrick
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