fabien.hall at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 14:54:47 CET 2009
On Mar 3, 1:02 pm, MRAB <goo... at mrabarnett.plus.com> wrote:
> Fab86 wrote:
> > I am getting res1 and res2 etc from this code:
> > srch1 = WebSearch(app_id=YahooKey)
> > srch1.query = "avoir site:.al"
> > res1 = srch1.parse_results()
> > srch2 = WebSearch(app_id=YahooKey)
> > srch2.query = "avoir site:.fr"
> > res2 = srch2.parse_results()
> > After identifying res1, I then use the total_results_available class
> > which saves res1 as an integer.
> > This is happening 200 times.
> > How could I make a for loop to do this?
> langs = ["al", "fr"]
> for lang in langs:
> srch = WebSearch(app_id=YahooKey)
> srch.query = "avoir site:.%s" % lang
> res = srch.parse_results()
> print >> f, res.total_results_available
> You might be able to move the "WebSearch" line out of the loop.
> Anyway, have you read through a tutorial?
thanks for this, works perfectly just as I wanted it to.
Again, thanks to everyone who has helped me.
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