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can you read data from an html from another browser?


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Yes

Seem like the answer is a little light on details? That would be because your request was too :)

Explain in detail what you're trying to accomplish and we'd be happy to help.

Edited by JLogan3o13

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Thanks, what a shame it is that I am new to this of auto it and I have realized that to read information from the html _IEDocReadHTML is used, but it only works if I run it in internet explorer and I need to run it in edge, I don't know if I am hinting.

Postscript: My English is not very good.

Edited by Jos
normalized the font - lets keep it this way please
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Yes, reading the documentation on a function usually goes a long way toward explaining what you can do with it (and in this case would have clued you in to the fact that any function starting with _IE is for, well, IE).

Again, if you would explain in detail what you are attempting to accomplish, we would be better able to assist you with alternatives.

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also, if you are only interested on the HTML source of a web page, you can simply use commands like InetGet(), InetRead(), _INetGetSource(). Such commands doesn't relies on any browser and can get the html listing directly from the web server.

Local $sURL = "http://www.autoitscript.com"
Local $sHTML = BinaryToString(InetRead($sURL))
MsgBox(0, "HTML", $sHTML)

 

 

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