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Load Page In IE and check HTTP Status

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I want an AutoIT script to be able to open a given page, but also be able to check the HTTP status of the page and print out the status code in a message box. Looking through some of the documentation, I've found how to open a page in Internet Explorer and keep it as an object by doing this:

$IE = _IECreate($google_url)

^^^ but how would I find the HTTP status 200 from here?

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