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t0ddie

im sure this has been covered.

windowspy cant see any text in a webpage.

does anyone have a script made that will save html files to your desktop to parse through them? only way i can think of to do this,

thanks

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UrlDownloadToFile()

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t0ddie

you know, ive seen that.. but its not in the help file.

InetGet is though.

woohoo!

besides, thats a function name()

wheres the function code? lol


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Wolvereness

you know, ive seen that.. but its not in the help file.

InetGet is though.

woohoo!

besides, thats a function name()

wheres the function code? lol

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URLDownloadToFile<-Misc Functions<-Function Reference<-AutoIt

You don't have the same thing we do (i don't think there is such thing as InetGet in AU3... But to use this function it's like so:

URLDownloadToFile("url","where to save")

It returns 1 for success and 2 for failure. Examples from help:

URLDownloadToFile("http://www.mozilla.org", "C:\foo.html")

URLDownloadToFile("http://www.hiddensoft.com", "C:\mydownload.htm")


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Jos

URLDownloadToFile<-Misc Functions<-Function Reference<-AutoIt

You don't have the same thing we do (i don't think there is such thing as InetGet in AU3... But to use this function it's like so:

URLDownloadToFile("url","where to save")

It returns 1 for success and 2 for failure. Examples from help:

URLDownloadToFile("http://www.mozilla.org", "C:\foo.html")

URLDownloadToFile("http://www.hiddensoft.com", "C:\mydownload.htm")

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

InetGet is the new name for UrlDownloadToFile in the Unstable release.

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