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Simple PHP Domain Whois Class: Check if a given domain exists using whois

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This class can check if a given domain exists using whois.

It can connect to a Whois server responsible for the top level domain og a given domain name and query that domain is registered.

Currently the class supports checking whois servers of 159 top level domains.

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Name: Simple PHP Domain Whois Class
Base name: simple-whois
Description: Check if a given domain exists using whois
Version: 1.0
PHP version: 3.0
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
All time users: 641 users
All time rank: 4951
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Accessible without login Plain text file sample.php Example Sample File
Plain text file whois.class.php Class Whois Class

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