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    Data sourcing and adding to excel: T...name + last name column if found, address from below website, website and email) [login to view URL]

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    Data sourcing and adding to excel: T...name + last name column if found, address from below website, website and email) [login to view URL]

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    ...uk/england/yorkshire/. Once you have clicked the course you want i then want the course page to be similar to this [login to view URL] I will manually edit and add courses as required so just need someone to set up the initial pages with features similar to the above links. I do not need tee

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    Script required to scrape [login to view URL] There are 3 steps involved: 1. Load a specified date [login to view URL] 2. From this page, load each of the race meetings that were on that day [login to view URL] 3. For each meeting, load each dog from

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    ...to 10,000 or more. We need to extract the following data from the XML file into the application in this order: ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:RecordDetailInfo/ns1:SearchDate ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:GeneralInfo/ns1:AcccountID ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:RecordDetailInfo/ns1:EntityType ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:GeneralInfo/ns1:Status

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    ...to 10,000 or more. We need to extract the following data from the XML file into the application in this order: ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:RecordDetailInfo/ns1:SearchDate ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:GeneralInfo/ns1:AcccountID ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:RecordDetailInfo/ns1:EntityType ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:GeneralInfo/ns1:Status

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    ...to our customers. We need to extract the following data from the XML file into the application in this order: ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:RecordDetailInfo/ns1:SearchDate ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:GeneralInfo/ns1:AcccountID ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:RecordDetailInfo/ns1:EntityType ns1:Query_Results/ns1:Entity/ns1:GeneralInfo/ns1:Status

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    ...added from their searchdate (20121001 to today. Here is the last one that worked before the server was upgrade to the new versions of php and mysql and would list the today of positions between the SearchDate and Today $result = mysql_query("SELECT Count(*) AS total FROM jobs WHERE PositionType = '$PositionType' AND '$SearchDate' <= ...

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    I would like a scraper to scrap data from site: ..."100100000" and count up/down form there. It will save to DB: PermitNumber PermitStatus (Valid/Closed/Not Valid) OwnerName BusinessName Address City State StartDate SearchDate (Current Date/time If "not valid", do not save record. Make sure there is nothing that will prevent scraping.

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    ...This could then be filtered by “Job Title” and/or “Type”. The list would be something like this: [login to view URL] So the results would include: Date Job Title Type Location (but will be in the format “City, State”) where as the Location

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    Create a php script that can be run every (time in seconds) that will use a search engine (search engines) , and take just the first page of those results and produce a RSS of all new results , and then update the results found to a rss feed created. ## Deliverables The Coder must complete a few objectives and create a few addition short files

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    I have a series of about 5 different sql queries an example of one would be: ========= Select * from search Where SearchDate >= '11/25/2006' order by searchdate ============= in this instance - it would show me everything in the search database from 11-25 on and have them ordered by the date field in the table. I have to go

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    I have a series of about 5 different sql queries an example of one would be: ========= Select * from search Where SearchDate >= '11/25/2006' order by searchdate ============= in this instance - it would show me everything in the search database from 11-25 on and have them ordered by the date field in the table. I have

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