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#!/usr/bin/perl use LWP::Simple; $| = 1; $url = " +i?cmd=user_stats&email="; $email = "INSERT DEFAULT EMAIL HERE"; $res_okay = 1; $email = $ARGV[0] if(defined $ARGV[0]); $email =~ s/@/%40/g; @html=get("$url$email"); foreach (@html) { $_=~s/\cM//g; $_=~s/<(br|p)>/\n\n/ig; $_=~s/<(?:[^>'"]*|(['"]).*?\1)*>//gs } foreach (@html) { chomp($_); m/(.*@.*)/; $user = "$1"; m/returned: (.*)/; $received = "$1"; m/this rank: (\d*)/; $peers = "$1"; m/rank out of (\d*).*is: (\d*)/; $rank = "$2/$1"; m/ (\d*)\n(\d* hr \d* min)\n(\d* hr \d* min \d*?\.\d*)/; $results = "$1"; $cputime = "$2"; $avgworktime = "$3"; m/(\d*?\.\d*%)/; $morework = $1; $res_okay = 0 if(/No user with that name was found/); } if($res_okay) { print "Seti stats ($user)\n"; print " Results: $results\n"; print " Tot CPU Time: $cputime\n"; print "Avg Work Time: $avgworktime\n"; print " Last Result: $received\n"; print " Rank: $rank (Peers $peers)\n"; print " \% Position: $morework\n"; } else { print "No details for : $email\n"; }

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