On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 23:31, espontaneo <acohln...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello! I am currently working on a script that will scrape data from a
> property advertising web page. The web page has multiple pages. What I'm
> getting is only the first page. What I wanted to do is to use curl to scrape
> all the data from that page. I just learned php so I don't know how I can do
> this.

    There are a variety of ways, but rather than writing your own
spider script, you may want to look into the built-in spidering
capabilities of `wget` and `curl` from the command line.  Both have
Windows and *NIX builds, so platform isn't an issue; so long as you
have access to the shell, you should be fine.

</Daniel P. Brown>
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