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[Bug-wget] Re: wget on DOS

From: Mark Hoitinga
Subject: [Bug-wget] Re: wget on DOS
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 17:06:11 +0100


In my previous email I sent the wrong commands. I want to translate the
commands look like this:

wget --post-data
'http://www.belegger.nl/koersen.php?page=bhistory&naam=ING_GROEP' -O
/dev/null --save-cookies rofl --keep-session-cookies wget --load-cookies
rofl 'http://www.belegger.nl/pages/koersen/hopslaan.php?naam=ING+GROEP' -O
lol.csv I hope you will help me. I appreciate it.

Best regards,

Mark Hoitinga


2009/12/3 Mark Hoitinga <address@hidden>

> Hello,
> I work for years with wget. At this moment I have no Linux. However, I use
> wget. In my situation I have now wget on Windows. I can not execute the
> following commands:
> wget --post-data
> "start_dag=01&start_maand=11&start_jaar=2009&stop_dag=05&stop_maand=12&stop_jaar=2009"
> "http://www.belegger.nl/koersen.php?page=bhistory&naam=ING_GROEP"; -O
> --save-cookies rofl --keep-session-cookies
> wget --load-cookies rofl "
> http://www.belegger.nl/pages/koersen/hopslaan.php?naam=ING+GROEP"; -O
> ING.csv
> Maybe you can translate for me this commands in Windows CLI so that it can
> be run under DOS.
> I'm sorry I do not currently use Linux. I use it for years. I have read
> that you can help me. The commands I try to translate myself. But this was
> not good.
> I have also tried everything with the characters. In particular, the "
> characters.
> I've read through the following website:
> http://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/wget.html#Portability
> Would you translate the commands and mail it to me?
> I greatly appreciate your help.
> Best regards,
> Mark Hoitinga
> address@hidden

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