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I need a program in python for a web browser.

fist of all,
1.Write a python code to open a site in web browser.
2.Use Regular Expressions to Extract Urls from that web page.
3.Write these urls to a txt file and ensure that Duplicates are not there.
4.Ensure that you are Crawling only within the Domain.
(Domain example:- www.symbiosystech.com )
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