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How to make a C++ program read numbers from a web site?

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Let's say I have a website about statistics, which had 4 numbers. How would I make my c++ program open the website and read the numbers, then write them to a text file?

For a start, I have only this idea, and have no clue about how I would begin. If you can help, please do.
Oct 17 '10 #1

✓ answered by Alex T

Ok, if I already have the source code of the page, how can I, using C++, save it to a .txt file?

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Ok, if I already have the source code of the page, how can I, using C++, save it to a .txt file?
Oct 17 '10 #2

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