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Re: downloading a file on a page with javascript

by choroba (Archbishop)
on Mar 30, 2020 at 21:46 UTC ( #11114816=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to downloading a file on a page with javascript

Where did you find the URL? If I point my mouse on the file and save the link, I get
https://storage.googleapis.com/google-code-archive-downloads/v2/code.g +oogle.com/dotnetperls-controls/enable1.txt

Using this URL instead of the one you used also stores a list of words to the output file, which I guess is the output you had expected.

Getting this URL from the Archive page without JavaScript is hard. Search the Monastery for related questions.

map{substr$_->[0],$_->[1]||0,1}[\*||{},3],[[]],[ref qr-1,-,-1],[{}],[sub{}^*ARGV,3]

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Re^2: downloading a file on a page with javascript
by Aldebaran (Deacon) on Apr 06, 2020 at 22:38 UTC
    Where did you find the URL?

    I cobbled it together together from the base url and the file I wanted.

    If I point my mouse on the file and save the link,

    I get the same thing. What I realize from your and bliako's post is that I underused the power of the browser to figure this out.

    Using this URL instead of the one you used also stores a list of words to the output file, which I guess is the output you had expected.

    Thx, choroba, that is indeed what I seek for my wordgames. With the correct url, my script gets the english dictionary. I decided to try it out with an older source post of yours: Re^7: Words in Words. "Correct" entries are words that have a properly-encompassing word. A hybrid is this:

    Source:

    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use LWP::Simple; use 5.016; my $url = 'https://storage.googleapis.com/google-code-archive-download +s/v2/code.google.com/dotnetperls-controls/enable1.txt'; my $file = '/home/hogan/Documents/phone/from_laptop/my_data/bb.txt'; getstore($url, $file); ## open my $IN, '<', $file or die "$!"; my %words; while (my $word = <$IN>) { chomp $word; undef $words{$word}; } my %reported; for my $word (keys %words) { my $length = length $word; for my $pos (0 .. $length - 1) { my $skip_itself = ! $pos; for my $len (1 .. $length - $pos - $skip_itself) { my $subword = substr($word, $pos, $len); next if exists $reported{$subword}; next if $word eq $subword . q{s} or $word eq $subword . q{'s}; if (exists $words{$subword}) { say "$subword"; undef $reported{$subword}; } } } }

    Logophiles like me play gladly with such output. I speak english natively, so I'm rarely challenged with english vocabulary. The resulting list is fascinating:

    $ grep phosphorylating bb.txt dephosphorylating phosphorylating $ grep aerially bb.txt aerially subaerially $ grep physiology bb.txt ecophysiology electrophysiology histophysiology neurophysiology pathophysiology physiology psychophysiology $ grep quids bb.txt equids liquids nonliquids quids semiliquids soliquids squids $ grep consciouses bb.txt consciouses preconsciouses subconsciouses unconsciouses $

    Who knew that there were 4 different consciouses? I couldn't find an example that failed to have a larger including word.

    Anyways, thanks for your comment that got me on the right track and also for the fun of replicating your "words within words" script.

    "Perl scripting: great for pandemics...."

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