WWW::Search::WebCrawler - class for searching WebCrawler
use WWW::Search; my $oSearch = new WWW::Search('WebCrawler'); my $sQuery = WWW::Search::escape_query("+sushi restaurant +Columbus Ohio"); $oSearch->native_query($sQuery); while (my $oResult = $oSearch->next_result()) print $oResult->url, "\n";
This class is a WebCrawler specialization of WWW::Search. It handles making and interpreting WebCrawler searches http://www.WebCrawler.com.
This class exports no public interface; all interaction should be done through the WWW::Search manpage objects.
To make new back-ends, see the WWW::Search manpage.
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This module adheres to the
As of 1998-03-16,
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
If it's not listed here, then it wasn't a meaningful or released version.
Remove extraneous HTML from description (thanks to Jim Smyser email@example.com)
Now uses split_lines function
1998-08-20: New format of www.webcrawler.com output.
\n changed to \012 for MacPerl compatibility
1998-05-29: New format of www.webcrawler.com output.
First publicly-released version.