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Hi, im using
if
(p.skipToEndOfNoCase("document.getElementById('han d0Evaluation').innerHTML
= '") &&
p.extractTo("'", ref strQuote))
Console.WriteLine("Dealer = {0}", strQuote);
to parse details into strQuote, this works fine and writes to command
screen perfect. What Id like to do is write strQuote into a textbox.
Ive tried textbox1.text = strQuote, textbox1.text = strQuote.tostring
and this textbox1.text = strQuote.
Regards Robert

May 17 '06 #1
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this.textbox1.Text = string.Format("Dealer = {0}", strQuote);

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| Hi, im using
| if
| (p.skipToEndOfNoCase("document.getElementById('han d0Evaluation').innerHTML
| = '") &&
| p.extractTo("'", ref strQuote))
| Console.WriteLine("Dealer = {0}", strQuote);
| to parse details into strQuote, this works fine and writes to command
| screen perfect. What Id like to do is write strQuote into a textbox.
| Ive tried textbox1.text = strQuote, textbox1.text = strQuote.tostring
| and this textbox1.text = strQuote.
| Regards Robert
|
May 17 '06 #2

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textbox1.Text property (T is capital later)
Hi, im using
if
(p.skipToEndOfNoCase("document.getElementById('han d0Evaluation').innerHTML
= '") &&
p.extractTo("'", ref strQuote))
Console.WriteLine("Dealer = {0}", strQuote);
to parse details into strQuote, this works fine and writes to command
screen perfect. What Id like to do is write strQuote into a textbox.
Ive tried textbox1.text = strQuote, textbox1.text = strQuote.tostring
and this textbox1.text = strQuote.
Regards Robert


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May 17 '06 #3

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Thankyou for your replys. Im always amazed and gratefull at how quick
the replys come. This worked perfect.
Regards Robert

May 17 '06 #4

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