There is several command line web browsers, and although I am not yet a fond user of any of them, I started to like the experience of browsing the web from a simple command line from time to time.
A major annoyance is that most of the time spent of the web is done doing web search rather than browsing a page. The graphical browser I use most often, Opera, handles this well as the search bar asks like an interface for searches, I can type "g something" to search Google, "b something" to search Bing and "w something" to search Wikipedia for instance.
Is there an extention or plugin for command line web browsers, which allows doing a web search directly from the linux command line ? What I mean from the shell, I should be able to type for example :
program_name "words to search"
and be directly on the result page, instead of having to do that in two steps
[type my search there]
Note: Here I use
lynx and Bing as examples, but it could be any search engine and any command-line browser.