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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

Can somebody give me a hand with this? I want to export this html table to a sql table:

http://www.flatstats.co.uk/todays_runners.php

I will apreciate any help with it. Sorry about my english.

Regards,

Luiz.

Edited by D.M.

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Hi,

Can somebody give me a hand with this? I want to export this html table to a sql table:

http://www.flatstats.co.uk/todays_runners.php

I will apreciate any help with it. Sorry about my english.

Regards,

Luiz.

Look at the _IE* functions in the IE.au3 UDF, as listed in the help file, especially _IETableWriteToArray().

Writing to SQL can be be found by searching the forum for ADODB examples (there are many).

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Thank you for answer, but i changed my mind. Now, i want to extract the informations from this site:

http://www.gg.com/racing/

My intenction is put all meetings information on an array, this array must have this informations:

- country of the meeting

- name of the meeting

- weather

- race time

- race name

- number of runners

I can't figure how i make this, any suggestion?

Thanks.

Edited by D.M.

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Hey give me a message on your IM via msn or yahoo

Thank you for your help, i made another topic with a better explanation about what i really want to do. I will add on MSN, thanks.

Moderators: please delete this post, i made a new one with a better explanation.

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