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NET::HTTP - Save page and parse at same time?

Discussion in 'A-Parser Support Forum' started by scrapefun, Sep 2, 2021.

  1. scrapefun

    scrapefun A-Parser Enterprise License
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    I have a NET:HTTP preset that queries Google and downloads the raw html.

    Is it possible to save the whole page and at the same time also parse the $link and $anchor data and save to a txt file like with the Google Parser?

    I assume it would require some regex to get the $anchor and $link data but I also don't know how to format the results to both download the data and parse it at the same time.

    I would just use the Google Parser but for whatever reason I get much better performance using Net:HTTP with the one group of proxies I am using.

    Here is my current preset:
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    Let me know if I should submit this as a paid task.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Support

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    Just add the output to another result file and save the data you want to it.
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