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06-05-2013, 03:31 PM #1
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For x in y - need help with iterating through my list
I'm a developer for a digital marketing company. I have been tasked with updating and cataloging our portfolio of around 400 sites. Firstly I'd like to get an idea of what sites are at what version. I decided Python would be the tool to use and took to learning.
It's still early days but I'm coming up against an annoying problem, maybe you guys could help?
import csv import urllib2 import time import httplib with open('domains.csv','r') as csvfile: urls = [row for row in csv.reader(csvfile)] L = ['Wordpress 0.7','Wordpress 1.2','Wordpress 1.5','Wordpress 2.0','Wordpress 2.1','Wordpress 2.3','Wordpress 2.5','Wordpress 2.6','Wordpress 2.7','Wordpress 2.8','Wordpress 2.9','Wordpress 2.9','Wordpress 3.0','Wordpress 3.1','Wordpress 3.2','Wordpress 3.3','Wordpress 3.4','Wordpress 3.5.1'] for url in urls: sock = urllib2.urlopen(url) htmlSource = sock.read() sock.close for ver in L: if htmlSource.find(ver)== 1: print url + " | Wordpress | " + ver sock.close
It will either just return url+ "|WordPress |" + ver for all iterations of the loop, for all urls, or it returns nothing.
Basically, I want to check if the string Wordpress X.X is found (x.x being the version number). The source code for all those pages contains a meta tag with the value "WordPress X.X" however I don't seem to be detecting it