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Posted on 2000-04-16
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I intend to create a search engine, and I need help to find good scripts, like Google.com has or something similar.
I'm very familiar with C and PHP3, so I want to be able to modify it to fit my needs.
 
Can anyone tell me where I can find search scripts, especially as fast as Google.com?
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HedgeMaze earned 150 total points
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haqur,

I'm rather fond of go2search.cgi which is written in Perl.  You can find this script at http://www.go2cgi.com.

I believe the license for the program is about $30 but it's well worth it.

Regards,

Rob.
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