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Excellent, thank you!
Before I got this, here is what I came up with.
Please tell me what you think.

The reason I would like it to stay in the database, is because I am making an Admin interface for our company, where we can add new names delete them, and do a ton of other things not related to the forbidden names, such as manage the registered users, change our hosting packages, domain prices and all that.

So here is what I came up with...

my $is_bad = 0; $sth = $dbh->prepare (qq{ SELECT * FROM `forbidden_usernames` }); $sth->execute(); while($row = $sth->fetchrow_hashref()) { if ($row->{f_user} =~ m/$str/i || $str =~ m/$row->{f_user}/i) +{ $is_bad++; last; } } $sth->finish(); if ($is_bad != 0) { return("bad"); }


That checks it both ways.

I have not yet tested it. But what do you think, would it work about like yours does?

Thank you!!

Richard.

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Perl and MySQL - performing a search... by powerhouse
in thread Perl and MySQL - performing a search... by powerhouse

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