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urllib tutorial or manual

I have never used the urllib class and I need to use it for an app I
am working on. I am wondering if anyone has any good sites that will
fill me in on it(especially the urllib.urlopen module). Or better yet,
an example of how you would submit a search term into the search field
on a site, such as google.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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