Library for scraping google search results
Library for scraping google search results.
from googlesearch.googlesearch import GoogleSearch response = GoogleSearch().search("something") for result in response.results: print("Title: " + result.title) print("Content: " + result.getText())
Free software: MIT license
Run a Google search and fetch the individual results (full HTML and text contents). By default the result URLs are fetched eagerly when the search request is made with 10 parallel requests. Fetching can be deferred until searchResult.getText() or getMarkup() are called by passing prefetch_results = False to the search method.
Pass num_results to the search method to set the maximum number of results.
SearchReponse.total gives the total number of results on Google.
- First release on PyPI.
- Minor corrections in documentation
- Fixed duplicate result issue
- Added language parameter
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