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    domain check ?

    Alright guys..

    I would like to make something.

    Now, it doesnt have to fancy, even its its running as a dos program in cmd, i dont care.

    id like this


    Enter Domain: [this is where i put whateverweb.com ]

    Domain: taken [or free]



    I know a little bit of python, but not enough do the point where I can start off a project.

    So i need someone to steer me the right way.

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    Here is a ready to go PHP domain checker:

    http://www.weberdev.com/get_example-4603.html

    Trevor

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    Hello!

    I'm not sure if you still need help. If so, please PM me if you need assistance. I recently build a domain-search just like this:

    http://www.internex.at/de/domain/domain-check.php

    its 100% written in php..

    Bye!

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    You could also accomplish this using a ping method in any number of console based implementations. Check to see if something resolves to an IP, if so: Taken; if not: Free.

    Edit: Didn't notice that this is a 2+ year old thread. Whoops!
    Last edited by ShaneC; 01-20-2011 at 04:41 PM.
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