yes, a quick (for coder) but ugly way would be to establish a simple connection. If it exists then the tested url works.
A nicer but heavier approach would be by using http client apache library. It supports normal "browser like" behaviour so you could send a message to an URL you need and then read response headers which would clearly say what happened.
Wanna install linux on a vacuum cleaner. Could anyone tell me which distro sucks better?
I had a nightmare last night. I was dreaming that Iím 64-bit and my blanket is 32-bit and I couldnít cover myself with it, so Iíve spent the whole night freezing. And in the morning I find that my blanket just had fallen off the bed. =S(from: bash.org.ru)
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