What is a good alternative to wget or curl on Linux

If you often need to access a web server non-interactively in a terminal environment (e.g., download a file from the web, or test REST-ful web service APIs), chances are that wget or curl is your go-to tool. With extensive command-line options, both of these tools can handle a variety of non-interactive web access use cases […]
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How to download multiple files with wget

wget is a cross-platform utility for downloading files from the web. Written in portable C, wget is available on many operating systems including Linux, MacOS X, FreeBSD, and Windows. You typically use wget to retrieve an object or a web page at a particular URL (e.g., “wget http://www.cnn.com/index.html”). However, what if you want to download […]
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