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I'm using Borland C++ Builder and am making a Web browser.  I'm having problems on finding info on Proxies. Also with setting up a Cache and with dealing with files other than HTML files to download.  Can anyone help?
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Hi neutron,

Have you tried "http://www.w3.org/" yet?

They have a link to a html-browser/editor called Amaya there.
The source is also available. This should help you with your
task, I think!

Greetings,

      os
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Thanks a lot! I've been waiting like, 2 months for a response from this.  I'm only 14, been doing C++ Builder for about 6 weeks and had a lot of difficulty with that problem.

Thanx a lot, Chris.
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