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Hi people, I just wrote this for the fun of it some few days back and decided to share it with you guys.
The FlatSQL package is a small but very poweful set of classes for database like access to text “flat files”. It provides equivalents to many of the common SQL commands.
There is a hidden, relentless force that permeates the web and its billions of web pages and files, unbeknownst to the majority of us sentient beings. I’m talking about search engine crawlers and robots here. Every day hundreds of them go out and scour the web, whether it’s Google trying to index the entire web, or a spam bot collecting any email address it could find for less than honorable intentions.
If you are using drupal and you are still getting your comments spammed. Try installaing a recaptcha module. You may also do comment approval.
There was this rare instance when someone managed to spam a particular blog with 7000 comments, but since it was unapproved, that was fine.
The MySQL code below will delete all unapproved drupal comments on your drupal blog.
delete from comments where uid=’0’;
In its continuing endeavor to serve its 800 million users as quickly as possible, Facebook is once again revamping the way it handles its PHP-based Web pages.
This class can scramble data replacing text with key characters.
It takes a key string with a list of characters and replaces the text of an input string with characters of a second key string in the same position of the input characters in the first key string.
The class can also do the opposite, i.e. take a previously scrambled text string and preforms the inverse operation to build the original string.