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Hey all,
I am making a program in which it gets all the websites in one search page and gets the url or those websites then it will show all of the websites in a text box. Not a web browser.
I mean like when Client Enters a search My program will write all the websites names. Using Google. Like imagine in google i enter 'Hello'. Then my tool finds all websites in the page and lists them in a text box

How can i do that
Posted 5-Nov-12 11:26am
Updated 5-Nov-12 11:52am
All Web sites? No, too many... How about almost all? :-)
Cyberwarfare 5-Nov-12 16:52pm
Okay sorry I improved my question now please hope you all understand
Mathlab 5-Nov-12 16:55pm
Do you just want a page search or to search the entire web?
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Solution 1

This looks like something called Web scraping:[^].

Please see my past answers explaining what's involved:
How to get the data from another site[^],
get specific data from web page[^].

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Solution 2

You can use either Bing API or Google API to perform the search for a keyword and list your websites (results)

for bing.[^]

for google[^]

You use these APIs from anywhere, windows forms, wpf, silverlight or

if you already have a page listing the content that you need to scrap, then use Sergey's approach (above)

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