I have a small database of about 30 names that are all unique. The variable $member equals "Ann" but will change depending on the person to search for. I need to be able to return the exact match of the person's first name. I have tried many combinations of the Where clause but I cannot get it to return "Ann" instead of "Anna" since Anna is in the table before Ann. This returns "Anna" instead of "Ann": $query = "SELECT * FROM board_members where FirstName like '%$member%'"; These returns nothing: $query = "SELECT * FROM board_members where FirstName = '$member'"; …

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I made a simple program - conservative sequence integers with a sum, for example input: 15, the output should be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 I made this program in c++ and it worked successfully, see below: #include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; int main() { int num, i, j, k; int sum = 0; cout << "Num? "; cin >> num; for (i = 1; i <= num/2+1; i++) { j=i; while(sum<num) { sum = sum + j; j++;} if (sum==num) { for (k = i; k < j; k++) if (!k) { cout << "Not an exact …

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I am having a bit of difficulty in getting the right value. What I want to query is, the users who expire in 7 days, for example on 4th Oct 2011, the query should display the result of that particular day only. Right now I am querying as below: select * from users where exp_date between now() and adddate(now(), INTERVAL 7 DAY). this query keep display till next 7 days. But i want to show only for or on 7th day expiring clients as I move on to tomorrow's date then the today's displayed query should not display on tomorrow's …

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