This is really an interesting article where I will show you how to fetch data from mysql table using Jquery ajax. If you are familiar with PHP, then you may already know about how to fetch data using PHP. But in this tutorial I will show a completely different way of doing this. Ajax is a technology which extracts and displays the web content without loading the full page. I can update a single HTML <div> without loading the full web site. Now lets move to step by step procedures for pulling the out of mysql table and displaying in HTML table.The first thing you need to do is create a simple MySQL database with some tables with some data. You can do this using simple SQL query but I have already a data of population of districts of Nepal in my database. I will use it in this tutorial. If you want to display different data then its ok just create a mysql table and insert some data in it.
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This is post is basically for solving the Knapsack problem, very famous problem in optimization community, using dynamic programming. But remember this problem can be solved using various approaches with different complexities, but here I shall talk about only dynamic programming, specifically bottom-up approach. So lets first talk about what is Knapsack problem for the people who are unfamiliar with it. The Knapsack problem states that “Given a set of items, each with a weight and a value, determine the number of each item to include in a collection so that the total weight is less than or equal to a given limit and the total value is as large as possible”. Lets consider a concrete example , suppose you have a Knapsack and you have lots of books and articles. You are planning to go somewhere in your vacation and you want to keep some important books and articles with you. The Knapsack has fix capacity so you cannot keep all the books and articles that you got inside the knapsack.