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Sat Aug 4 07:36:52 CEST 2007
On Aug 3, 7:58 pm, SMERSH009 <SMERSH0... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a script that navigates pages and scrapes the HTML source of
> the page.
> in order to view the results I need I need python to "navigate to"
> translates into "go to page 4."
> I read the posts on this group, and from what I understand, the
> functionality I need is with simplejson? If so, what is the syntax i
> Or am I completely off base with using simplejson altogether?
> Thanks for the help
json is a specific way of formatting strings. If an application
expects to receive a string as input and the string is supposed be
formatted according to json, then you need to send the app a json
>From the brief description I just read of simplejson, it allows you to
convert python objects to a string. What makes you think that
When html pages are sent to a browser, there is software in the
to download source code from a server, you are not loading anything in
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