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How to Use Snoopy.com
by Dave Lievense in Internet
Charles Schulz published his first drawing--of his family dog--in 1937. His comic strip, "Peanuts," was immensely successful, with Snoopy and others becoming household names. Here are a few tips on navigating Snoopy.com.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Clicking on the tab “Strip Library" will allow you to view 30 days' worth of comics. Click on “Send a Strip” to shoot one to a f
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PHP Snoopy in wikipedia
by Tristan in Programming Languages

Try to submit a query in Wikipedia by using snoopy class in PHP but fail


<?php
include "Snoopy.class.php";
$snoopy = new Snoopy;
$snoopy->agent = "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; zh-CN; rv:1.9.0.5) Gecko/2008120122 Firefox/3.0.5 FirePHP/0.2.1";
$snoopy->referer = "http://www.google.com/";
$url = "h
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C# Equivalent of Snoopy
by James Lupiani in Programming Languages

Snoopy is a PHP class that provides the functionality of a web-browser. Is there anything that does the same in C#? I'm having lots of trouble with handling cookies, etc.


How to Use Snoopy Logger
by tdowg1 in Computers
"Snoopy Logger" is a software monitoring tool for Linux that tracks all the commands that are started while the program is in use. The tool is designed for stealth use, so the program's icon will not appear at the bottom-right of the screen, similar to most programs that run in the background of your computer. The program will not help you steal someone's password, but it is useful to ma
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Baby Snoopy Decorations
by AFurryReptile in Home & Garden
Everyone has been a baby at some point, even the popular Snoopy cartoon character. Baby Snoopy decorations aren't always readily available in retail stores, but several Internet vendors sell various items, most of which are designed for use in a baby nursery. IdentificationWhile most people are familiar with the grown-up version of Snoopy that is featured in the newspaper comics, Baby Snoopy de

Snoopy Paper Crafts
by taekeun in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Snoopy and the "Peanuts" cartoon characters have been entertaining children for decades, and many children enjoy related novelty items, including "Peanuts" games, toys and coloring books. If your kids likes "Peanuts" characters and you'd like to encourage her creativity, simple Snoopy paper crafts can make enjoyable art projects for youngsters. You can make your own Snoopy crafts by printing out p

Unusual Snoopy Gifts
by Vlad Sirenko in Holidays & Celebrations
For a fan of Snoopy, Charlie Brown's highly imaginative and adventurous dog from the cartoon strip, "Peanuts," finding a gift can be difficult, especially if the recipient is a collector of Snoopy memorabilia. Since Snoopy is a widely known and liked character, products range from the useful to the downright strange. Musical Snoopy CupcakeA decorative Snoopy product, the musical cupcake is a wi

How to Make a Snoopy Diorama
by l2ez4m in Education
Dioramas are a classic school or educational project that allows children to create a three-dimensional representations of a scene or environment. Most-often used in science, history and English classes, dioramas teach students about the context of the dioramas, but also develops spacial and motor skills, as well as fosters creativity. Creating a diorama incorporating a child's favorite character,

Snoopy Birthday Gifts
by Belgium in Holidays & Celebrations
Snoopy, a dog who talks through thought bubbles in the Charles Schultz newspaper comic strip "Peanuts," made his debut on Oct. 4, 1950. Schultz modeled the world-famous dog after his own dog, Spike. Snoopy has become a beloved character for adults and children alike. Many birthday wishes contain a request for at least one Snoopy item. Snoopy birthday gifts range from toys to clothing and collectib

How to Stop Snoopy Neighbors
by Kocur in Relationships & Family
Every neighborhood is bound to have a nosy neighbor. Perhaps you've just moved in and the guy across the street is feeling territorial, or perhaps your next door neighbor's kid could be rifling through the stuff on the side of your house without permission. No matter what issue you're having with your pesky neighbors, address them so you can have a little privacy.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions

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