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Pretty simple, once you have the html source as plain ascii text, just search through it using string.find() methods.

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Pretty simple, once you have the html source as plain ascii text, just search through it using string.find() methods.

Thx for your suggestion, anyhow
But I wanna VB.Net program not C++
If you have other idea, I'll appreciate

Aerofoil

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Dim webResponse3 As System.Net.HttpWebResponse = Nothing
        Dim webRequest3 As System.Net.HttpWebRequest = System.Net.HttpWebRequest.Create("http://www.yahoo.com")
        Try
            webResponse3 = DirectCast(webRequest3.GetResponse(), System.Net.HttpWebResponse)
            Dim srResp As System.IO.StreamReader
            srResp = New System.IO.StreamReader(webResponse3.GetResponseStream())
dim SOMESTRING as string
            SOMESTRING = srResp.ReadToEnd
        Catch ex As Exception

        End Try
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Pretty simple, once you have the html source as plain ascii text, just search through it using string.find() methods.

Thx
It help me many.....If you don't mind
Tell me "how can I find out the words from this HTML source?"
Regards

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