Found this picture on the web today. Being a lazy programmer, I don't want to actually open google and type a couple of characters. Way too much work! This is such an important task that it should be automated.
Everyone knows that the first image in a google search result is always the best. Hence it should be presented to the user.
You are to write a program or function which takes a string as parameter and displays the first image it finds on google when you search for that name + the words
glamour shot behind it.
Google search queries
To search for images on google, the url should contain the query parameter
query being the name you want to search for.
A valid query string for my name
Bas would be
Your program or function takes a single parameter of input, which is the name you want to search for on google. This string will consist of the characters
(space). This string can be space seperated, to search for a space seperated string on google, one should replace the spaces with
+. For example, this is a valid query:
The image can either be drawn to the screen, or saved to a file (in any format).
If the first search result on google is a gif file, you can either show the gif or show any frame of that gif.
Run this snippet to see the expected results
<pre>f('Bas') // www.google.com/search?tbm=isch&q=Bas+glamour+shot <img src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/IViaM.jpg" style="width:40%;height:40%"/> <pre>f('Bassdrop Cumberwubwubwub') // www.google.com/search?tbm=isch&q=Bassdrop+Cumberwubwubwub+glamour+shot <img src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/tdhvW.png" style="width:40%;height:40%"/>
This is code-golf, shortest code in bytes wins!