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I am trying to navigate to google with some search those search pages are too big and I don't want the header part, so decided to try partial download the page from 1000th character to I tried
Range: bytes=1000-
in HTTP header which works for me for other websites[which supports HTTP 206 partial download], but unfortunately its not working for google.

please help me.
Posted 20-Jan-12 20:34pm

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If you using custom search, you can ask for partial responses:[^]
shankha2010 22-Jan-12 23:45pm
First of all Thanks a lot for the response.actually I need to send a lots of
quearies to google which is prone to "google block" .So I am using embedded
Internet Explorer to execute the queary [so that atleast I can give the capcha and unblock it].

I never used google api so far so not sure how to handle such situation
there.[another problem is google can track me from any where even I am in other computer by the api-key which might increase the blocking rate.]

Any suggestion please?

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