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User’s Demographic Data from Facebook

Sometimes you may need to collect facebook user’s basic data for your website or application. Then you’ve to call graph api or legacy api or fql query to collect some specific data. This is a basic requirements for most of the fbconnect base website or facebook application. For this reason, here I’m sharing the code,

Using MySQL Stored Procedure to create sample data

MySQL stored procedures are programs that are stored and can be executed on the MySQL server. You can call stored procedure from any application over a distributed network. Stored procedures provide a means of interacting in a prescribed way with the database without placing any additional traffic on the network. Here I’m describing a stored

MySQL random data selection

Some days ago I was working in a vocabulary game and dictionary. The dictionary contains 1,10,000 words and meanings. I developed a vocabulary game where I had to randomly choose 10 words out of 1,10,000 dataset. Here I’m describing the possible solutions for this problem and which solution I used. Data table Table name is

Getting rank today, this week and this month

In my previous article I’ve shown how to get rank using mysql query. Now I’m showing how to retrieve result based on today, week and month using mysql query. Actually I also implemented this in my quiz project so I’m sharing this with you. For the table structure please look my previous article Task

How to get rank using mysql query

Some days ago I was working in a quiz project. Where user will play quiz and for each correct answer they will earn points. One of the task of this quiz application was, to get rank of a particular user. Now I am showing how could I solve this problem using mysql query. Here is

Encrypt MySQL data using AES techniques

Sometimes clients want that the information they collected from the user should be encrypted and stored in database. Data encryption and decryption is a common technique for secured data. In this article I’ll show how could you use mysql’s built in function to encrypt and decrypt data. Suppose you’ve a table where you want to

MySQL – NULL vs ” vs ‘NULL’

Today, in one of my project I’ve to check empty fields. The field name is: answer it’s type is TEXT and Default value is NULL In my SQL query I was checked at first answer != NULL (if the answer is not null, i.e if the answer is not empty), But this was not showing