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Using YQL in my andriod application

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Hello,

I have read a lot about YQL from yahoo and heard how powerful it is, but I'm having a tough time understanding it. I'm trying to find some simple code to imbed it into my android app and I can't find any.

I find sample on yahoo, but there not what I'm looking for. I would to use YQL to extract a data from yahoo finance (stock price) then parse it out to a text box in android app.

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Or should I use screen scraping for this technique?
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