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<?
require("redis.php");
require("json.php");
$term = $_GET['term'];
$r = new Redis("127.0.0.1","6379");
$r->connect();
$items = $r->zrangebylex("kernel","[$term","[$term\xff",Array("LIMIT","0","10"));
$t = Array();
$id = 0;
foreach($items as $item) {
$t[] = Array("id" => $id++, "label" => $item);
}
$json = new Services_JSON();
$output = $json->encode($t);
echo($output);
?>
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ghost commented Jul 14, 2014

Warning: fsockopen() [For instance many configuration options can be modified without any kind of restart using the function.fsockopen]: unable to connect to 127.0.0.1:10001 (Connection refused) in /var/virtual/autocomplete.redis.io/httpdocs/redis.php on line 29

Fatal error: Cannot open socket to 127.0.0.1:10001, error 111. in /var/virtual/autocomplete.redis.io/httpdocs/redis.php on line 37

@ThreadedThinking
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I am unsure how this works as I cannot find support for zrangebylex with PHP anywhere.

@milovtim
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Seems like demo script doesn't work for several years :-(

@al-ramadhan
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al-ramadhan commented Jun 16, 2016

You can use predis library and call ZSetRangeByLex

@mictadlo
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By any chance has anyone an example project on how to store the data, index it and the UI for autocomplete?

Thank you in advance.

Michal

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