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How to read figures the Internet - pages located in a concrete place?

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i think you trying to get the images that are used on a webpage ? correct ?

if so just use my udf (_INetGetSource in my sig) to get the source.

then use regexp or stringinstr to find out the links to the images.

then download em with INetGet()

hmm nice idee for a UDF. THIS ONE IS MINE :(

ill start it after dinner :(

Edited by w0uter

My UDF's:;mem stuff_Mem;ftp stuff_FTP ( OLD );inet stuff_INetGetSource ( OLD )_INetGetImage _INetBrowse ( Collection )_EncodeUrl_NetStat_Google;random stuff_iPixelSearch_DiceRoll

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i think you trying to get the images that are used on a webpage ? correct ?

if so just use my udf (_INetGetSource in my sig) to get the source.

then use regexp or stringinstr to find out the links to the images.

then download em with INetGet()

hmm nice idee for a UDF. THIS ONE IS MINE  :(

ill start it after dinner :(

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Thanks, but is necessary for me the data from the Internet pages to read out and place in the report.For example, figures located in the tenth line, since the fifth on the tenth. Edited by zxc3

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i dont know why, but there are sides, where i get only a part from the full source of the page, specially if there is code written below </htlm>


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i dont know why, but there are sides, where i get only a part from the full source of the page, specially if there is code written below </htlm>

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If it is possible more in detail for newbies about UDF(....)

Thanks.

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