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What program to use for first project ever

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by wuptii, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. wuptii

    wuptii Junior Member

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    Hello.

    I daily try out a lot of stuff on new websites ect.

    Now i have a txt file with "quick backlinks".

    It could look like hxxp://www*0s0mestuff*com/[domain]

    You change [domain] to your url and paste into your adress bar and hit enter.

    After that you ping the url and you are done, but i have like 200+ sites like this and would like to automate it (not macros)

    So you simply put in the domain you want backlinks for and hit a start button and it does all sites and ping them all.

    What program or langue would be best suited for me to start learning to build this program?
     
  2. starhorse

    starhorse Newbie

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    man, better you ca do something else.search in member downloads backlink speed and quick backlinks.or you can put all your links in a txt file replace [domain] with yourdomain.com and copy all list and paste here http://urlopener.com:beerchug:
     
  3. wuptii

    wuptii Junior Member

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    Thanks dude, but it was also because i wanted to learn how to do things like this :)
     
  4. n2zen

    n2zen Regular Member

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    I've always been partial to perl for netscripting. Wouldn't take many lines of code to do what you're looking for.

    If not Perl, consider Scala.
     
  5. wuptii

    wuptii Junior Member

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    Perl aint for desktop programs is it?
     
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    You can try java. You can do that with perl or php and run from a Linux terminal. That 's not hard.
     
  7. BozoClown

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    I think I wrote a pinger using perl sometime back. Not that hard. Fetching the url should be easier.

    Take a look at perl. This is the kind of job that scripting is meant to do.
     
  8. Razorbl

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    use vb.net , its the easiest i think.
     
  9. jmann0305

    jmann0305 Newbie

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    I'm actually learning VB.NET right now and it is really pretty simple. The IDE that microsoft gives out really ALMOST makes it just point and click. Of course you still have to know the language as far as what variables are, objects, methods, etc. But it really has been pretty damn simple for me so far. I would recommend diving into it. Get in there and figure it out and good luck!



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