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I remember in Visual Basic 6, I can retrieve a HTML file to a DOMDocument
then do a search for a word or a unique string of code contain in the HTML
then extract the <table> that contains the search string and then parse it

Can I do that in ASP.net? Code samples? Tutorials?

There must be because its very often used in Visual Basic 6 (RSS feeds and
etc). Thanks in advance.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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If you want to use COM Interop, you can use the WebBrowser control in almost
exactly the same way you did with VB 6.0.

However, you may want to look into 100% managed code alternatives such as
HTMLAgilitypack:
http://blogs.msdn.com/smourier/archi...6/04/8265.aspx

Peter

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I remember in Visual Basic 6, I can retrieve a HTML file to a DOMDocument
then do a search for a word or a unique string of code contain in the HTML
then extract the <table> that contains the search string and then parse it

Can I do that in ASP.net? Code samples? Tutorials?

There must be because its very often used in Visual Basic 6 (RSS feeds and
etc). Thanks in advance.

Nov 19 '05 #2

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