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NAME ^

WWW::Scraper::computerjobs - Scrapes www.computerjobs.com

SYNOPSIS ^

    require WWW::Scraper;
    $search = new WWW::Scraper('computerjobs');

DESCRIPTION ^

This class is an computerjobs specialization of WWW::Search. It handles making and interpreting computerjobs searches http://www.computerjobs.com.

OPTIONS ^

siteid => a regional code
    '139' -> All regions
    '100' -> Atlanta
    '109' -> Boston
    '102' -> Carolina
    '103' -> Chicago
    '105' -> D.C. Metro
    '114' -> Denver
    '111' -> Detroit
    '104' -> Florida
    '118' -> Los Angeles
    '106' -> New York
    '108' -> Ohio
    '110' -> Philadelphia
    '107' -> Phoenix
    '116' -> Portland
    '115' -> Seattle
    '117' -> Silicon Valley
    '113' -> St. Louis
    '101' -> Texas
    '112' -> Twin Cities
s_jcid => a skills code
    ''    -> All categories
    '101' -> AS/400
    '116' -> Data Warehousing
    '115' -> Database Systems
    '106' -> E-Commerce / Internet
    '103' -> ERP
    '117' -> Executive Level
    '108' -> Hardware
    '112' -> Help Desk
    '100' -> Legacy Systems
    '118' -> Miscellaneous
    '107' -> Networking
    '105' -> New Media
    '109' -> Project Management
    '110' -> Quality Assurance
    '114' -> Technical Recruiting
    '113' -> Technical Sales
    '111' -> Technical Writing
    '102' -> Unix
    '104' -> Windows Development

AUTHOR ^

WWW::Scraper::computerjobs is written and maintained by Glenn Wood, http://search.cpan.org/search?mode=author&query=GLENNWOOD.

The best place to obtain WWW::Scraper::computerjobs is from Glenn's releases on CPAN. Because www.computerjobs.com sometimes changes its format in between his releases, sometimes more up-to-date versions can be found at http://alumni.caltech.edu/~glenwood/SOFTWARE/index.html.

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2001 Glenn Wood All rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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