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Simple Snoopy Example

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// Shows how an example how you can use the Snoopy class for doing HTTP requests to other websites.
// (Source: http://codedump.jonasjohn.de/ - Public domain)
// 
// You need the Snoopy class from http://snoopy.sourceforge.net/ for this snippet


proxy_host = "my.proxy.host";
//$snoopy->proxy_port = "8080";

// set browser and referer:
$snoopy->agent = "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)";
$snoopy->referer = "http://www.jonasjohn.de/";

// set some cookies:
$snoopy->cookies["SessionID"] = '238472834723489';
$snoopy->cookies["favoriteColor"] = "blue";

// set an raw-header:
$snoopy->rawheaders["Pragma"] = "no-cache";

// set some internal variables:
$snoopy->maxredirs = 2;
$snoopy->offsiteok = false;
$snoopy->expandlinks = false;

// set username and password (optional)
//$snoopy->user = "joe";
//$snoopy->pass = "bloe";

// fetch the text of the website www.google.com:
if($snoopy->fetchtext("http://www.google.com")){ 
    // other methods: fetch, fetchform, fetchlinks, submittext and submitlinks
    
    // response code:
    print "response code: ".$snoopy->response_code."
\n"; // print the headers: print "Headers:
"; while(list($key,$val) = each($snoopy->headers)){ print $key.": ".$val."
\n"; } print "
\n"; // print the texts of the website: print "
".htmlspecialchars($snoopy->results)."
\n"; } else { print "Snoopy: error while fetching document: ".$snoopy->error."\n"; } ?>
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