Please explain a little more: are you simply trying to read the text of a website? There is an example of that in the Java™ Tutorials; I can't remember where, but it might be in this section. I remember it being quite simple. Don't know how to get onto the next website.
I suggest you change your line 53 to read:-
responseSB.append(line).append(System.lineSeparator()); I think that will make the output a bit easier to read
Please remind yourself how the code tags work; I have corrected them for you.
I think your line 17 gives a good explanation of why we have a naming policy to maintain the professional atmosphere of this website.
No, a crawler is a server which is used for debugging in this if you post data in a string the data will enter in post array but as in java, this string is too long so it's giving me an error that Constant String too long.
HttpClient is different from HttpComponents (which is very much active, and not deprecated). But even If you are getting an error with HttpClient (which still works fine, so I doubt that whatever error you got is related to that), the solution is not to give up but to solve the issue. If need be, by posting the details to a software engineering forum
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