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Accessing javascript variables in hosted webbrowser

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I don't know where to post this so I'll try here. I'm trying to create
a C# based Windows Form app which hosts a webbrowser control,
loads a webpage of mine, and after DocumentComplete extracts data
that is stored in javascript arrays. FWIW, the javascript arrays aren't
declared in the head or body of the webpage; they are globals in an
included .js file.

Could someone provide a brief explanation or example snippet that
would guide me in accessing the array data in my c# app? I'd really
appreciate it, thanks.
Dec 15 '05 #1
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