|| at Sep 6, 2001 at 3:21 am
Rob, Thank you very much!!
"Rob Dixon" <email@example.com> 撰寫於郵件
It's really easy using the LWP packages. For instance:
getstore ('http://www.perl.org/Images/title.gif', 'title.gif');
will fetch you a camel.
Sent: 05 September 2001 04:47
Subject: How to fetch graphic files from a remote server?
I'm a newbie in this field and this is my first time to ask somebody
way. If I post here wrong, please let me know. Thanks!
The problem is what I want to fetch some graphic files from a website
then automatically save somewhere in my machine. I would like to use
do this. I just know how to fetch a text-based document like .html file.
I have no any idea to fetch graphics, please help!
By the way, how to fetch a document like these extensions: .php, .asp,
or .shtml etc.? Any idea?
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