Implement jQuery Autocompletion for Chinese Input
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Knowledge of Java, Chinese, and MySql is required for this project. This task can be completed quickly if you had worked with jQuery before.
I have a web form, see [url removed, login to view], that has address fields where the user can enter a street name. In Box 1 input text field, only chinese character street name input is allowed. But the other input text box (Box 2)allows either Chinese or English input. Autocompletion of input is to be implemented.
The data file ([url removed, login to view]) is a semi-colon separated list of Chinese and English street names (for Hong Kong if that matters). You are to load the data file into a MySql table named 'street' (see [url removed, login to view]) after which you will use JDBC to fetch via a simple sql like “SELECT * FROM WHERE street_name LIKE ??
Task #1 for Chinese Input (Box 1): Autocompletion of street name input only in Chinese. User types in traditional chinese words of street names, autocompletion occurs.
Task #2 for either Chinese or English (Box 2): Here the user may enter street names either English or Chinese. You need to detect whether English or Chinese is being entered. To do that, you might need to get the input character and use [url removed, login to view](0) to get the decimal value. Then check to see if it is in the range of a particular Unicode character set ([url removed, login to view]). If English then use English autocompletion. If Chinese, then use Chinese autocompletion.
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Total payment for Task #1 and Task #2 implemented in Java is $90.
If you can only complete Task #1 in Java, then its $30.
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