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Internic Whois Script?

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How do I implement the Whois script so I can check for
domain name availability on my web site?
Can I download the script?
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Try digger. It's a new distributed directory service application for the Internet based upon the WHOIS++ protocol. It's available for free in binary form at.

http://services.bunyip.com:8000/products/digger/digger-main.html
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