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Old 2009-10-27, 11:16   #1
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Default Gimps Results to webpage?

Is there a way to extract just my personal summary from the Gimps page, so I could post it into a blog I'm working on? I can embed pretty much anything into the blog code wise, so that's not much of an issue, but I was wondering what might be the best way to try to have it update, daily.. Just the 'Stats for last 365 Days' section.
Anyone have any ideas?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 2009-10-27, 17:35   #2
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I have written a couple short programs in Visual Basic that capture the page source from a GIMPS page (i.e. the user summary) and parse the required data.
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Old 2009-10-27, 18:15   #3
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VB huh?? ok.. um.. anything that might be usable on a 'nix box? .sh? Perl? ..anyone? :) I've got a pile of hardware here, but not a single Win box..
Thanks though..
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