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Heh. Suddenly this old node pops up and has a reply. :)

Anyhow, almost any problem has multiple solutions, as usual. Yours doesn't work, for one thing - but that is a typo, right? ;-) Missing a &displaytype=displaycode if I read it correctly, I did not try it.

With the typo fixed, I suppose it does (some of) the same job nicely, as long as one has lynx installed. I seem to recall that this script scratched an itch on Windows (which has lynx available if needs be), but mainly, all those scripts written and posted in those days was to learn and have fun.

Fun to be reminded of the things one once did. :)


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In reply to Re: Re: Run and/or download code directly from perlmonk nodes. by Dog and Pony
in thread Run and/or download code directly from perlmonk nodes. by Dog and Pony

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