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how to sort in the field of data seperated by comma's

i hv a database in access wid Asp as front end.

ven given a word in search command(of the front end) it shud go to a table in which each field has words serated by comma. each word shud b checked for the given user word n then only futher procedure shud happen.

this table has 2 columns one is library(colum has only one word present) is linked to another table of the same DB and other column has this synonyms (synonym of the word in library column)which are seperated with comma's. if the word given by the user matches to any of the words in synonyms columns den it shud show the repective word(it shud show the word present in the library column) in the frontend.

in java like v use string tokenizer wat do v have to search through the data seperated by comma's
plz help
Apr 5 '07 #1
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Apr 5 '07 #2
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