[Tutor] Python to C++
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Thu Feb 19 21:03:45 EST 2004
On Thu, 19 Feb 2004, Matthew Ozor wrote:
> I wrote a program that parse an HTML page on the internet.
> #partial example
> import urllib
> urlopener = urllib.URLopener()
> con = urlopener.open("http://test/test.html")
> output = con.read()
> #end example
> Now 'output' holds the web page and that what I want. Is there any way
> to do this that easy in C/C++. I've tried google searching for examples
> with no luck. I am using dev-c++ which uses mingw as it compiler.
You might want to ask that question on a forum that focuses on C
programming. The folks at comp.lang.c++, for example, will probably have
more familiarity with that language's libraries than the folks here on
Yes, there are good libraries for doing web-oriented stuff in C. See the
W3C Consortium's 'libwww' library:
Hope this helps!
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