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find subdomains on a domain

 
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Hi friends..

Is it possible to find subdomains on a domain. Can someone help me?

currently i'm using this code..






but it is not working for some domains like http://www.mail.yahoo.co.in and http://www2.austin.cc.tx.us

Any help will be greatly appreciated.. thanks
 
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This is essentially the same question as the one you asked earlier. Let's continue the discussion over there where you had an answer already.

The problem can't be solved in a general way with an approach like the one you outlined above.
 
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