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get the title of an image from a webpage

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I want to connect to a webpage, grap the contents of the page i.e.
index.html, then find a certain html line and identify the image
listed on that html line.

The image title changes every day but i seen it done in php where the
start of the line was listed in a variable and the end of the line was
listed in another variable and a regular expression was used to get
the image title in between. Something like this...
Start = '<IMG SRC="/folder1/images/';

End = '" BORDER=0 ALT="Today\'s Image">';

I am looking for a tutorial or some code example of how to do

Any help greatly appreciated.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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This is a frustrating job. In the next version this will be simplified, now
you need for that the webbrowser and mshtml. (And as forever, do not set an
import to mshtml, it freezes your IDE because of the almost unending amount
of interfaces)


some faqs;EN-US;311284


I hope this helps a little bit?

Nov 21 '05 #2

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