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AmazonLib is a PHP library for use with Amazon.com's Product Advertising API (nee E-Commerce Service 4.0) and Seller Services (AIMS and Merchants@). The scripts are described in a book - www.awsbook.com

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    Very good Software.

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Web-based

Programming Language

PHP

Registered

2003-08-24

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