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WHERE’ condition of mysql query to find the matching queried word in a sentence or in between a big word stored in our database. Then, we are running ‘while loop’ condition to fetch all the rows containing the giving word till the last check and we are printing them on screen simultaneously using echo command. Then, at last after the work is completed, we are closing the connection with database for the stability and security purposes. Finally, the conclusion is “Script presented here contains nothing but an extra ‘%’ and ‘LIKE’ commands in query which does the work of searching as according to the needs of most basic search engine with only one algorithm”. If You think that creating two separate pages for both PHP Script and HTML form is little lengthier and frustrating task, then, here is the solution of it. You can copy and paste code shown below in a single page and it does not require extra modifications, other than those explained above. You can still make it work via other pages after setting the action attribute of HTML form pointing to this page. You can Clearly see in PHP script below, We are using the isset() function of PHP, Simultaneously with “IF” PHP statement to check submission of form. If form is submitted, then, PHP Code will execute or vice versa.

Your posting should be a minimum of 100 words and include any references used. Post your response to the Discussion Board and read and respond to the posting of others in the class. 1. Question : There is no available methodology in place to measure the amount of comparable detail in a fingerprint. Question 2. Question : In the U.S., it is generally regarded that six minutiae points are insufficient for an identification. Question 3. Question : Who was the first fingerprint pioneer to attempt to quantify fingerprint individuality? Question 4. Question : An expert is generally defined as a layperson. Question 5. Question : Which of the following can a fingerprint expert not testify to in court? Question 7. Question : What types of information should be recorded on a fingerprint examiner’s case notes? Question 8. Question : Because the Henry System of classification is a thing of the past, a fingerprint examiner does not need to be familiar with it. Epidermis and Dermal Skin Layers Discuss the epidermis and dermal layers of skin. What is the significance of each of these layers? For example, consider permanence and scarring. Latent Print Residue What is the composition of latent print residue and how does it affect the viability of latent prints? Consider such things as surfaces, weather, and time.

Even though I chose to pursue medical billing and coding, I still feel it might be cool to go in either way to see the difference between the two different areas. This comment has been removed by the author. My two options for communities are the dance team at Hagerty High School and Anticoh Missionary Baptist Church nursery. I am interested in observing and doing my ethnography paper on the dance team at Hagerty because I have always loved dance and admired what dancers can do. I know the coaches as well as a few dancers therefore observations should be no problem as well as interviews. I find dance to be so interesting and it engrosses me when a dancer knows how to tell a story through their dance. I have seen performances by the team before and a few dancers stood out to me so I have an idea of who I would like to interview. I know they just did competition at Disney so they might not practice as much but I would really enjoy watching their practices and performing. My other community is the church I attend, which has a nursery that I volunteer in.

I work with kids ages zero to two. I think I would find a lot of humor doing observations of the kids. Young kids that do not talk with real words are entertaining when talking to other kids or even adults. I could interview several of the volunteers as well as the supervisor. Because there are different kids every Sunday and a different amount of kids, the observations would never be the same. I could also interview some parents if necessary. Kids are just fun to be around so I think I would enjoy this community as well. Listening to your comments this evening we should pick a community that interests us. With that in mind I have chosen my two communities. My first community is my church obviously. I spend most of my extracurricular time there. I have grown up in the church but have been in this particular church around 3 years.

How fit the title community is since that is exactly what the church is. I am very active in all aspects of this community being pretty much the leader of it. I must and do observe it constantly so this will be very accessible for me. I hope by describing this community it will enlighten the reader to our lifestyle or atleast our worship experience and family atmosphere that so many experience and so many others don’t. My second community will be a dental lab that i work in. As a former Dental Lab owner I have many colleagues in the field. I have since sold my lab after 15 years to this lab owner and currently work for him as a contractor. You would be very surprised at the in and outs that go on in a dental laboratory. Especially since most people don’t even know exist. I can truly say it is technical but also a soap opera in there with all the different personalities and their responsibilities. The first community i’m interested in is a promotional team called Smokin Aces. The second community i would like to do an paper on is an Modeling Troupe called Faces. Faces is a very top notch modeling troupe that teaches young women and men life lessons as well as how to be a model. I’ve always been interested in modeling and fashion. When i first heard of Faces I wanted to join but i was skeptical because it is very time consuming. I know a lot of their models and some of the E-board members so I have spoken with them about the paper. I only plan on interviewing the president because she has the most knowledge of the modeling troupe. While doing the paper I plan on seeing if i want to join the troupe.