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Old 03-03-2008
Web content download

There is a web API https://pi.ercot.com/contentproxy/pu...er_id=10001937
As soon as this is fired on the browser a page comes in which many files are listed for downloads
I want to download all the files ....is it possible to write a shell script which can download the files
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Old 03-04-2008
if you can use Perl, WWW::Mechanize module will help you
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