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How can I check whether the hyperlinks of a web site are broken? I have programmed a network connection, so that if I enter a URL it will connect to the site, but the next step is to check whether the links in this site are valid. How can this be done? I work in C, so any programming ideas (or code) would be welcome.
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There are many tools (one is called weblint or wwwlint I think).  See the FAQs for the comp.infosystems.www.* newsgroups.  These are available from rtfm.mit.edu in /pub/usenet.

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