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Re: Perl Automation

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 22, 2012 at 07:59 UTC ( #1005072=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl Automation

Ask google, they will tell you if you are allowed and if it is possible


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Re^2: Perl Automation
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 22, 2012 at 08:54 UTC
    ohh Man, I don't have their mail id... do you have???

      I'd expect a degree student to be able to do some research on their own, I'm sure you'd find it was against their Terms and Conditions of use to automate this had you bothered to do any. Finding a way to contact them is hardly taxing.

        Thanks Marto. I know its against their terms and conditions, but i need to do it. I am doing research on this and found that www:mech:firefox can do something, but I am stuck at the last part now. The page have a button(not button really) named "Download" which on click should PopUp a small window which have "All search results". This pop up is not happening. Actually I can click that "Download" but the popup is not coming(with the script). In browser(Firefox) manually it is coming, when the "Download" is clicked and we can do the rest process but in this case its not going beyond that. I hope you can help me. Dont think that I am scraping google, just think that I am asking a general question, but pls can you let me know what maybe the issue or how I can overcome this kind of 'popup issues. Thanks.

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        The biggest crawler/spider/bot(/ or whatever) on this earth is google & I dont think that it is unfair to crawl them(even if it is in their TOC).!

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