Arabic MySQL Query: Build SQL queries considering Arabic lexical rules

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This package is specific mainly for applications used in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia .

This class can be used to build MySQL SQL query conditions to search for Arabic text considering Arabic lexical rules.

It uses the MySQL REGEXP and LIKE functions to retrieve better results from queries for Arabic text.

This class is part of Khaled Al-Shamaa project for PHP and Arabic language:

Innovation Award
PHP Programming Innovation award nominee
February 2006
Number 8
The Arabic idiom has its own lexical rules that differ from other idioms. This fact makes it more difficult to search for Arabic text in databases that were not ready to consider Arabic rules.

This class provides a solution for that problem by elaborating SQL search query clauses that are aware of the Arabic lexical rules.

Manuel Lemos
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