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How to read text from a website?

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Is there a way to make a script read text from a website?

Like if something says like "How to read text..." it will mouseclick xxx,xxx.

If someone could show me where in the help that is, that would be great.

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You can use InetGet to download a website, and the use fileopen and fileread.

BTW, fileread reads a text file like wordpad.exe does, rather than notepad.exe. I've no idea what the difference really is, but I just noticed that when I was doing some stuff with fileread earlier.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

u can use IE Management from UDF for follow link...

this func can do it _IELinkClickByText. Read the help file :D

Edited by rvn

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And see the examples for _IEBodyReadText()

And more advanced, _IEPropertyGet($oElement, "innertext")

Dale


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