- On Thu, 09 Mar 2000 10:45:23 -0800 One wrote ... it s quite simple actually... use LWP::Simple; $page = get( http://www.lugnet.com );Message 1 of 3 , Mar 9 11:49 AMView SourceOn Thu, 09 Mar 2000 10:45:23 -0800 "One" <b222b@...> wrote
concerning '[PBML] Opening Webpages in Perl':
> Hi and thanks for any help in advance :)it's quite simple actually...
> I am an experienced programmer...but a Perl novice...and put simply I
> was wondering how I could open a web page given the URL for the purpose
> of parsing the HTML.
> I understand that this is a general question lacking detail, but any
> help would be appreciated :)
$page = get("http://www.lugnet.com");
look at the man page for LWP::Simple. I'm not sure if it's in the
default distribution of perl, or you have to get it from CPAN
- ... Hmm - Ive loaded my Modules into the CGI directory of my site - and it worked (giving error messages re what new module(s) IMessage 2 of 3 , Jun 16, 2000View Source<an old message - in March>
--- In email@example.com, Dan Boger <dan@g...> wrote:
> it's quite simple actually...
> use LWP::Simple;
> $page = get("http://www.lugnet.com");
Hmm - Ive loaded my Modules into the CGI directory of my site - and
worked (giving error messages re what new module(s) I needed.
Now - ive donev that - & my 'main' cgi programme wont work at all now.
- Ive tried to copy the above.
Can anyone spot any errors ?
http://lostnfound/netfirms.com/eg/enter1.cgi (text of cgi )
just take out the cgi name to run it - enter any word you like.