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I need a large amount of images by URL. For example:

http://some-domain/image1.jpg
http://some-domain/image2.jpg
http://some-domain/image3.jpg
http://some-domain/image4.jpg
http://some-domain/image5.jpg
http://some-domain/image6.jpg
....
http://some-domain/image_n.jpg

I need it for testing my image library. Any help will be highly appreciated.

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Where can I ask this kind of question? @.@ This site is about general computing, isn't it? –  Emerald214 Aug 15 '12 at 5:54
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http://placehold.it/ may be the one you are looking for:

http://placehold.it/120x120&text=image1
http://placehold.it/120x120&text=image2
http://placehold.it/120x120&text=image3
http://placehold.it/120x120&text=image4

and you even can tell sizes and labels.

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WOW, simply works! Thank you :). Even when they close the question, finally I got the answer haha. –  Emerald214 Aug 15 '12 at 5:53
    
awsom :)...thanks –  Shubh Oct 25 '12 at 6:53
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You can use http://postimage.org. When you upload a file it's original name is persevered, as shown beside the "Direct Link". So you'd have http://s9.postimage.org/n92phj9tr/image1.jpg but the part before image1.jpg you can't control. Is this what you want?

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I mean I upload an image like "image1.jpg". There is a button to generate a thousand of images "image2.jpg", "image3.jpg", ... , "imagen.jpg" using the same resource. Or maybe some services provide different images with the pattern "1", "2", ... "n" at the end of file extension. –  Emerald214 Aug 14 '12 at 9:06
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