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Seeking Developer for Very Small Project/Script

A colleague of mine is seeking a developer for a very small project: a small script to pull some custom data from the eBay API, probably from the Finding API. Here's what he needs: For a given category on eBay.com, pull completed/sold auctions, going back as far as possible, or a recent date range, and report for each auction: item ID, closing bid price, bid count. The data should either be saved/exported into a CSV file, or at least formatted on the screen for easy copy-paste into a spreadsheet. For any given search query using this script, automatic pagination forward for several pages should also be implemented, so data can be exported in 1 fell swoop when the script is run. You'd probably use the API call findCompletedItems. I would imagine this wouldn't take more than a few hours to throw together, for a developer who's familiar with making read-only calls to eBay's API. If this sounds like it fits your expertise and time frame, please contact Bill directly: billcomicartfans@gmail.com Thanks.
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You cannot pull this type of data from the finding API or the Shopping API.
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