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I asked this question on other forums and asked other people, and I'm either not asking rght or it doesn't exist or it's impossible. I got one close answer but I couldn't connect. I don't want a recipe program with other recipes on it.
Anyway, I was looking for a program to index at least a thousand recipe titles. I do not want to type the recipe out. I'd also like to cross-reference the titles, such as: Chocolate cake, under chocolate and cake, etc. Easily.
My neice suggested a spread sheet, and I tried it, but it's a little bit long doing it that way, I've written out quite a bit of it,I've indexed all my magazine articles that way, but I'd like to know can I make my own program, how, I know nothing about that. Can I put this on a disc? I would need basic hold my hand instructions.
Thanks for your help.
-- Cindy (S.E.IN) (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 25, 2002
Try this site: Robot Search
PersonalRobot is a powerful desktop crawler that lets you explore automatically any site, especially those with no search functionality, allowing you to search them quickly. PersonalRobot is also the software that creates, easily and automatically , the full- text-indexes that SmartSearch requires.
SmartSearch is the first professional search engine that will run on ANY web site, even if it doesn't have CGI, database or any other functional capabilities. SmartSearch is also incredibly useful if you need to publish HTML pages in CD's, or you just want to put them in a folder for public access in your intranet.
SmartSearch is a Java based search system that performs full-text indexed searches on the contents of a entire site or CD at a flashing speed. Give your Web site or CD a proffesional look and feel adding SmartSearch and allowing your users to search!!
-- BC (email@example.com), April 27, 2002.