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How to save all search engine results urls in a text file

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preferably only of the one that contain flash -flv files. All search results not only one displayed page.
Dec 24 '06 #1
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bartonc
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preferably only of the one that contain flash -flv files. All search results not only one displayed page.
That will depend on how you get the search engine results.
Dec 24 '06 #2

bartonc
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That will depend on how you get the search engine results.
Here's a tool for capture of URLs from IE:
html Snapshot (exe)
HTML Snapshot ActiveX control uses the internet explorers functionality to take (capture) a snapshot of a given URL. It hosts the Web browser control on windows to download Web page and then capture the whole HTML page it as image. It can be easily integrated into applications written in languages that support ActiveX control such as Visual C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, C++ Builder, and .Net languages. Convert HTML to image or HTML to JPEG. Fix bugs to support Internet Explorer 7. Version 2.1.2006.1118 can automatically clip the image by removing white area in the HTML generated image.

Tags: microsoft development tools, programming languages, development tools, html, activex control, c++, web browser, internet, web
Dec 24 '06 #3

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That will depend on how you get the search engine results.
From this search engine:

https://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/mysites

when I make all subdomains search just by typing a domain url in a search box like
blogspot.com -and after I verify my yahoo email password I get 28 millions webpages listed on thousands of search result pages.I want to save the urls only of the one that have flv files in a text file so some flash downloader preferably freeware could preview or download them selectively or all.
Dec 25 '06 #4

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Here's a tool for capture of URLs from IE:
html Snapshot (exe)
HTML Snapshot ActiveX control uses the internet explorers functionality to take (capture) a snapshot of a given URL. It hosts the Web browser control on windows to download Web page and then capture the whole HTML page it as image. It can be easily integrated into applications written in languages that support ActiveX control such as Visual C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, C++ Builder, and .Net languages. Convert HTML to image or HTML to JPEG. Fix bugs to support Internet Explorer 7. Version 2.1.2006.1118 can automatically clip the image by removing white area in the HTML generated image.

Tags: microsoft development tools, programming languages, development tools, html, activex control, c++, web browser, internet, web
I need a freeware or to do it in python.

Is my reply of your reply to my first post now enough you to know what program I would need? The snapshot program review doesn't say it can download all the urls to or from a text file of a search pages(that we can set up that it displays the minimum just the front page urls if we like) -not only all pages in one website and not to
show them in images but as text so the search engine can download them and there wasn't a word of the ability to filter only flash flv files,nor it was freeware.
Dec 25 '06 #5

bartonc
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I need a freeware or to do it in python.

Is my reply of your reply to my first post now enough you to know what program I would need? The snapshot program review doesn't say it can download all the urls to or from a text file of a search pages(that we can set up that it displays the minimum just the front page urls if we like) -not only all pages in one website and not to
show them in images but as text so the search engine can download them and there wasn't a word of the ability to filter only flash flv files,nor it was freeware.
In the site that I gave it your other post, I also found "IIS utilities for Python". There are many ways to do what you want in python. Python has many new modules built in for url work. Check it out. Read the manuals.
Dec 25 '06 #6

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