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off-line searchengine with multiple values

 
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Somebody asked me to create an off-line database with a searchengine. It needs multiple search values.
For example:
-color:green
-tail: yes
-weight: 2 pounds
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3 matches: lizard, tailfrog, babydragon
see?
This is the idea. Should i use java for such an apllication?
I just need help.
Greetinx matz
 
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matzeflapse,
I am moving this post to the Java in General Intermediate forum because your question is not really related to applets and I think you might get a better response there.
Also, please be sure to register with a proper name. "matzeflapse" does not follow the conventions. For more information, see here: http://www.javaranch.com/name.jsp .
If you do not use a name which follows the conventions, your account will be disabled. I value your posts and I would hate to see that happen.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Stephanie
 
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