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copying a web site to a text file in java?

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hello to all,
please anyone tell me how can i copy the contents of a web site to a
text file in java.

thank you in advance,
vishnu
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Check out the URL and URLConnection classes in java.net, you use them
to open a connection to a web-site and can then open an input-stream
to read the contents.

If you want to examine a web-site programatically (e.g. extract
tables, submit forms, etc) have a look at HttpUnit.

- sarge
Jul 17 '05 #2

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