Search google and show only urls

gg(){ lynx -dump$@ | sed '/[0-9]*\..http:\/\/\/search?q=related:/!d;s/...[0-9]*\..http:\/\/\/search?q=related://;s/&hl=//';}
Get the first 10 google results form a querry, but showing only the urls from the results. Use + to search diferent terms, ex: commandlinefu+google .
Sample Output
$gg commandlinefu!/commandlinefu!/commandlinefu10

By: chon8a
2012-04-21 03:31:26

What Others Think

might want to put the ability to specify the amount returned
chrismccoy · 490 weeks and 6 days ago
Can please tell me what is this gg ?
unixmonkey34614 · 490 weeks and 6 days ago
@chon8a How can I change this command to return 500 urls? I tried "search?num=500&q=$@" but this returns NO results
maninmoon · 432 weeks and 3 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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