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Oct 26, 2011

I need an autosuggest/autocomplete script for my field Name.

I search code for that but when I tried it in my webpage it did not work. I used smarty template, php and mysql-adodb.

Is there any syntax that you can suggest for a simple autosuggest the data coming from database?

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