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Google API is very simple in it's basic form. The code to pull results form google is below.

import urllib2
import json

key = raw_input('Enter Authorization Key: ')

url = 'https://www.googleapis.com/customsearch/v1?key='

cse = '&cx=002552950702745516136:2s9vh3zvyni&q='

search = raw_input("Search word: ")

data = urllib2.urlopen(url+key+cse+search)
data = json.load(data)

for result in data['items']:
    print result['snippet']
    print result['link']
    #There are many other things you can choose to print as well from the dictionary.

print linx

You need to have a google account and create a Google API key to use the search.

cse can be any custom search engine that you want. '&cx=YOUR SEARCH ENGINE&q='

Edited by bazju
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Yea looks like something similar to it has been done. I'm hoping to add some extra features. Either way I'm mostly doing this as practice to get better at Python. Still looking for ideas if anyone has noticed something missing from the current options in this area.

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