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#needs these to get the html file from live365.com use LWP::Simple; #type in your username(aka: broadcaster's name) here #print "Username: "; #$username = <STDIN>; #chomp($username); $username="thealienz"; #Creates URL $url = 'http://www.live365.com/cgi-bin/directory.cgi?genre=search&sear +chdesc=' . $username . '&searchfields=H'; print "Getting Stats - "; unless (defined ($page = get($url))) { die "ERROR - There was an error getting URL: $URL\n"; } print "Done\n"; print "Profile: $usrename\n"; #Checks the description if($page =~ m|<TD ID="desc".*?><a class="desc".*?>(.*?)</a></TD>|i) { print "Description:\n$1\n"; } #Checks to see what your connection speed is if($page =~ m|<TD ID="connection".*?>(.*?)</TD>|i) { print "Speed: $1\n"; } #Checks how many people are listening if($page =~ m|<TD ID="listen".*?>(.*?)</TD>|i) { if($1 =~ m|DrawListenerStars\("/scp/\.\./images/", (\d+), (\d+)\)| +i) { ($listen,$outof) = ($1,$2); } else{ ($listen,$outof) = split(/\//,$1); } print "Listeners: $listen / $outof\n"; }

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