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Getting information from website

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I want to get information from a sports web site (ex:, and I already tried htmllib and some other stuff.... the problem is that I can get the page's source code but not the same information that I can see in my browser. Particularly, I'm interested in the teams names!
How can I do this! I can open the browser, copy the information to Notepad, save then and then process then with Python... but... I want to get them directly!

Best regards!
Jan 27 '09 #1
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Since the text does not exist in the source code, there would be no way of directly reading the information.
Jan 27 '09 #2

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it appears the main page is running in a frame
Jan 27 '09 #3

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I'm a newbie in web programming, but since I can see the information in a browser it should exist a way of getting that information... after all, the browser's programmer can!!

Jan 28 '09 #4

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I was wrong! I can view the team's names in the source, but what I'm having(similar to the source but not equal.. ) does not have the team's names...
My code is this:

import urllib
f = urllib.urlopen("")
s =
#print s

Jan 28 '09 #5

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