teach me please...

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for the readers please tell me how to make a search engine....[/img]
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:lol:
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reaper wrote:
:lol:

:lol: Can someone teach me how to make an atom bomb ? ( i am not going to start a nuclear war ! )
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http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey/97 ... rogramming

Maybe this helps 8)
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shyguyjeff wrote:
for the readers please tell me how to make a search engine....[/img]


I think you ought to rephrase your question. :lol:



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Want to be the next google? :D
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Running a search engine will def. be dif. after all you'll need a program for every automation that you want. Plus its only going to do what you write the program to do.
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I dont think he knows that "Search Engine Forum" means SEO :wink:
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HEHE.....I know how to make a search engine....I can teach....you..
but.........I have to kill you afterwards....heheh..(just kidding man)

Search Engines?...Well, you have to be mathematician for that.....
you must have Extreme knowledge in searching structures or some complex algorithm for it...
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maybe you need to learn how to program first before you go on tackling a big project like a "search engine"- especially if your going to be working on it on your own. There are a lot of tiny programs that run simultaneously for a search engine to be useful. First- you need a spider to go out and find websites for you. Your gonna have to program that. Then you gotta figure out a way to organize websites in your search engine so that they are easy to retrieve in a quick fashion-becomes harder with the more websites you list- can you imagine having 8billion webpages to keep track of? And a list of things that i dont feel like rambling about.

Not to discourage you from your project, but even if you do create a rather useful and quick search engine, you don't have the marketing power of google and yahoo to be successful. However if you insist on making your own search engine, I would say start off small and work your way up with the number of websites you allow in your engine on a logarithmic scale( 10 websites, then 100, then 1000 and so on). One of the main guys at Google went to my school (University of Maryland) and the professors that taught him preach starting with the smallest case and expanding on it.
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what a lovely question~~
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Sorry shyguyjeff......I think it would just be a waste of time.
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If you just want to let Google, Yahoo or Msn search for you in your web pages, it is easy~
If you want to make a brand new search engine, it is quite difficult~~
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you can take a look at mnogosearch. They manage to create a free/stable/fast search engine script. Coding available.

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