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Posted on 2006-07-22
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For each link in http://www.google.com/

Open the link in a new browser.
Find the first input if exists, enter the URL of the page into the input and submit the form.
Close the new browser.

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by:hiteshgupta1
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Do u want the complete scrip0t or the hint??
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by:noam_dz
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I have my own version and would like to see yours.
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hiteshgupta1 earned 2000 total points
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Hi noam
did u use .ChildObjects??


What You can do is build a description for the links and then use .ChildObjects to get a collection of all the links in google main page, and deal with them one by one.

The same method could produce a collection of input fields in the destination webpage.


Thanks
Hitesh
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