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I'm trying to search Google via POST rather than GET, but so far am getting the error:

The request method POST is inappropriate for the URL/search

But which URL is it?

This isn't for a website, I'm searching from my browser. scroogle uses post. Instead of using scroogle, I'd like to post to google myself.

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Is there any specific reason you have to use POST? –  grawity Jul 1 '11 at 14:04
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Are you using custom search with Google?

Check out http://www.google.com/cse/ to create your own Google Custom Search for your website.

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There isn't any. Traditionally, queries are done using GET requests, while POST is for submitting data (actions, database updates, file uploads and such).

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