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Hi is it possible to retrived data from a table?

i tried to look the example of _IETableWriteToArray and i dont understand it can anyone please give me another example i want to displayed whats inside on a table on certain website

Heres example source code

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 width='100%'>


<td align='left' width='25%'><b>TABLE 1</b>SMILE IS IN YOUR FACE </td>

<td align='left' width='75%' nowrap><b>TABLE2 </b>DONT BE SAD</td>

-Want i want to do is displayed a message what is inside in table1 i want to display SMILE IS IN YOUR FACE or the other one DONT BE SAD

Please help thanks

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The challenge that most people have is simply getting a reference to the correct table. Once you have that the text you are looking for will be in elements 0, 0 and 0, 1

I'm guessing if you play with the example in the help file a little bit more you'll get it. If not, post the code that you're using pointed to a publicly available Internet site.


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Ok thanks Dale and Happy Birthday again i will dig more info about that thing thanks

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