Web Crawler Used in Search Engine

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The World Wide Web (WWW) is a collection of billions of documents formatted using HTML. Web Search engines are used to find the desired information on the WWW. Whenever a user query is inputted, searching is performed through that database. The size of repository of search engine is not enough to accommodate every page available on the web. So it is desired that only the most relevant pages must be stored in the database. So, to store those most relevant pages from the WWW, a better approach has to be followed. The software that traverses web for getting the relevant pages is called "Crawlers" or "Spiders".

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