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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer: So the input would be a web page, and the output would be a list of all URLs on that web page?
Mhhh, my initial understanding was that the input would be a website address, and the output would be the URLs of all pages that belong to that site.
To which the answer would have been: not possible in general, not with Java or any other language. The HTTP-protocoll simply doesn't provide the necessary information.
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Originally posted by Rob Prime: Like I said, parse the page and filter out the right attributes.
Of course SRC is not the only one. The following could also be used: ACTION (forms) BACKGROUND CODEBASE SRC (images, iframes, etc)
Plus possibly others.
Thanks a lot. I am trying to understand
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