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Python library to do google search

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Using google search engine from python

Tested python version

  • python 2.7.6
  • python 3.4.3


$ pip install pygoogling


For now, this library only contain one class, GoogleSearch. Here is a short description to use this library.

from pygoogling.googling import GoogleSearch

google_search = GoogleSearch('python')
print(google_search.search_result) # will print the url as list of string
google_search.more_page(4) # to search 4 extra pages
print(google_search.search_result) # the result will be added to current result

The keyword is the only requirement to initiate this class. The max_page parameter is used to determine how many google web page result you want to parse. By default, max_page will be one. The GoogleSearch.more_page() is a method used to do extra search. The only required parameter is how many more pages you want to get the result of google search.

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