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August 16, 2004, 3:15 am
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(That is, you click a link on the page to get a popup of data).
Is there any way to get this data WITHOUT physically clicking
the link? I was hoping I could somehow create an URL from the
'10022573' part above, but it doesn't seem to be. Any ideas?
You'd have to look at the source of the script that it uses. How easy it
have) and the script itself.
"Never drink rum&coke whilst reading usenet" - rf 2004
That's the long and "correct" way.
But if you click on the link, then look at the properties of the
pop-up window that's returned, you will usually find it has a URL
that's an obvious mapping from the magic number.
Andy Dingley wrote:
Thanks Andy, that worked! :) FYI, here is a typical web page link:
And the properties for the popup window it displays are:
One can clearly see the link (pun intended) between the two items. :)
This will make it easier for me to get the data without a physical click.
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