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Java - extracting email addresses from a web page

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In Java - If I supply a URL to a method, how do I return a list of all the email addresses contained in that page? .net .com and .org .edu .HTML or .PHP, .ASP, others?

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If it's a straightforward page, you can use the jdk classes:

http://augustli.wordpress.com/2010/08/07/extracting-links-from-html-using-swing-htmleditorkit/
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Thanks, as always
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