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•Re: Swimsuit issue

by merlyn (Sage)
on Feb 26, 2002 at 01:24 UTC ( #147451=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Swimsuit issue

Ow ow owww! Why all the forking? Here's what I used for 2002:

use strict; $|++; use LWP::Simple; my @models = qw( ana_beatriz audrey bridget chandra ehrinn elsa heidi isabeli josie melissa molly petra shakara vanessa veronica yamila ); for my $model (@models) { for my $id (1..15) { my $url = sprintf "http://i.cnn.net/si/features/2002/swimsuit/imag +es/". "gallery/%s/lg/%d.jpg", $model, $id; my $file = "$model-$id.jpg"; print "$url => $file: "; print +mirror($url, $file), "\n"; } }
And here they are for 2001, still grabbable:
use strict; $|++; use LWP::Simple; my @models = qw( amy aurelie daniela elsa fernanda heidi josie lujan michelle molly noemie shakara shirley veronica yamila ); for my $model (@models) { for my $id (1..9) { my $url = sprintf "http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/features/2001/ +swimsuit/gallery/%s/%s_%d_lg.jpg", $model, $model, $id; my $file = "$model-$id.jpg"; print "$url => $file: "; print +mirror($url, $file), "\n"; } }

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker


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Re: +Re: Swimsuit issue
by vladb (Vicar) on Feb 26, 2002 at 03:46 UTC
    Don't really know why, but I found this piece of Perl code very amusing:
    for my $model (@models) { # do stuff... }
    Don't take it as a vulgar comment though ;-)

    "There is no system but GNU, and Linux is one of its kernels." -- Confession of Faith
Re: •Re: Swimsuit issue
by elwarren (Curate) on Feb 26, 2002 at 16:14 UTC
    Bonus points: clicking on "dl code" and hitting "open from here" will do the work of downloading all them for you.

    I just meant to open the script in my editor, really :-)
•Re: •Re: Swimsuit issue
by merlyn (Sage) on Feb 19, 2003 at 22:21 UTC
    And here it is for 2003:
    use strict; $|++; use LWP::Simple; my @models = qw( may ana_beatriz yamila isabeli bridget melissa noemie juliana marisa petra sarah daniela audrey molly jessica ); for my $model (@models) { for my $id (0..15) { my $url = sprintf "http://s.a.cnn.net/si/features/2003_swimsuit/" +. "images/gallery/popup/%s_%02d.jpg", $model, $id; my $file = "$model-$id.jpg"; print "$url => $file: "; print +mirror($url, $file), "\n"; } }

    -- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
    Be sure to read my standard disclaimer if this is a reply.

      I'd like to propose a patch to avoid looping and fetching girls when you're sure there aren't. Please, read your column on that {grin}. Many thanks to larsen for his cooperation in writing this joke.

      :))) Valerio

      32c32,37 < print +mirror($url, $file), "\n"; --- > if (mirror($url, $file) == RC_NOT_FOUND) { > print "not found\n"; > last; > } else { > print "ok\n"; > }

      update: merlyn is ALWAYS right :)

        No the code is deliberately continuing even when I get a 404, because some of the number sequences are not, uhm, sequential. Some of them have a 0 picture, some of them are missing a 4, and so on. No model has over 8 or 9 pix, so I guess I could crank the 15 down to 9.

        Hey, what's the cost of 10 additional 404 probes per model, anyway? It's a fast probe.

        -- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
        Be sure to read my standard disclaimer if this is a reply.

      And for 2004, only a few minor tweaks needed:
      use strict; $|++; use LWP::Simple; my @models = qw( ana angela bridget carolyn elsa fernanda frankie jessica jessicaw marisa may melissa molly noemie petra veronica yamila ); # http://s.a.cnn.net/si/features/2004_swimsuit/images/gallery/popup/ma +y_03.jpg for my $model (@models) { for my $id (0..15) { my $url = sprintf "http://s.a.cnn.net/si/features/2004_swimsuit/" +. "images/gallery/popup/%s_%02d.jpg", $model, $id; my $file = "$model-$id.jpg"; print "$url => $file: "; print +mirror($url, $file), "\n"; } }

      -- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
      Be sure to read my standard disclaimer if this is a reply.


      update: check out the 2005 edition as well.

        When this script got mentioned in the chatterbox today, a bunch of us Monks were on it like ants on jello. In order to even out the server requests I thought a randomizing rendition of the script might help. Subjectively it does seem my fetches (over dialup connection) ARE going a little faster with it. Thus, this:


        #--------------------------------------------------------------------- +- # Based on perl code d/l from Perlmonks node: 329407 # View Original At: # http://www.perlmonks.org/?node=329407&displaytype=displaycode #--------------------------------------------------------------------- +- use strict; $|++; use LWP::Simple; my($file,$url,%potenpics); my @models = qw( ana angela bridget carolyn elsa fernanda frankie jessica jessicaw marisa may melissa molly noemie petra veronica yamila ); for my $model (@models) { for my $id (0 .. 15) { $potenpics{"$model-$id.jpg"} = sprintf "http://s.a.cnn.net/si/features/2004_swimsuit/" . "images/gallery/popup/%s_%02d.jpg", $model, $id; } } while (($file,$url) = each %potenpics) { print "$url => $file: "; unless (-e $file and -s _) { print +mirror($url, $file), "\n" } else { print "skipped, already exists\n"} }

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