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I would like to create an script that I can run from my bash command line to make a query to the service given in the webpage http://linkdecrypter.com/

For instance I would like to run something like

script http://uploadmirrors.com/download/1BJMEVHM/

and get as an answer the list of urls as is provided using the webservice

Unfortunately, I do not see how to do this (I am completely unfamiliar with the "post" method that is used in that webpage)

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You can use the API -> http://linkdecrypter.com/?a

$ wget -q -O - "http://linkdecrypter.com/api/?t=link&url=http://uploadmirrors.com/download/1BJMEVHM/" > your_links.txt
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Thanks. I didn't realize there was an API – boumol Jan 6 '12 at 23:02

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