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Piyush

Is this possible to get the reference to a document without opening it with IE udf....As i have a slow computer and it takes time and memory to do a task...I had seen a number of post in the forum but none of them had a solution... I used google and found dom which can be used through MSXML. i read its documentation at microsoft but was not able to understan it...is there any UDF associated with it...

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Piyush

This is a local html file, right?

You might try _XMLDOMWrapper.au3.

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thanks for that but i am not able to understand how to use it.Could you please tell me how to use it or provide any documentation...


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PsaltyDS

It's not a standard UDF, and hasn't really been fully documented. However the linked topic contains MANY examples of real-world usage and you can open the UDF file itself and look at the function descriptions and headers in the source, etc.

Try something basic, and post a more specific question for more help on the parts you don't get.

:)


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Piyush

It's not a standard UDF, and hasn't really been fully documented. However the linked topic contains MANY examples of real-world usage and you can open the UDF file itself and look at the function descriptions and headers in the source, etc.

Try something basic, and post a more specific question for more help on the parts you don't get.

:)

Thanks ..i will try..


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jvanegmond

Someone is yet to write a HTML DOM wrapper for AutoIt. It would be perfect for this task, although it would still load a lot of resources.

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Piyush

Someone is yet to write a HTML DOM wrapper for AutoIt. It would be perfect for this task, although it would still load a lot of resources.

someone is writing or has to write....


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PsaltyDS

Just XPath syntax. My theory is HTML is just a particular use of an XML format, and you should be able to get the .innerHtml strings from any element/property that way (not tested).

There is also trancexx's WinHTML.au3.

:)

Edit: Added link.

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jvanegmond

HTML is not always a particular use of an XML format. Many HTML is malformed XML or simply not XML at all. 8)

XHTML documents must be valid XML, though.

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