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WWW::Search::AltaVista::News(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation WWW::Search::AltaVista::News(3pm)NAME
WWW::Search::AltaVista::News - class for Alta Vista news searching
$search = new WWW::Search('AltaVista::News');
This class implements the AltaVista news search (specializing AltaVista and WWW::Search). It handles making and interpreting AltaVista
news searches http://www.altavista.com.
Details of AltaVista can be found at WWW::Search::AltaVista.
This class exports no public interface; all interaction should be done through WWW::Search objects.
This method does the heavy-lifting after native_query() is called.
This method parses the HTML of the search results.
"WWW::Search" is written by John Heidemann, <email@example.com>.
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perl v5.12.4 2011-11-02 WWW::Search::AltaVista::News(3pm)