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how do you launch a browser from delphi 1?

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I want to launch a browser when i press a button. The www adress stands in a box, the code should read that box and go to the adress in the box.
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habryka earned 50 total points
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I have solution for IE 3.x.
You should to establish a DDE conversation with IE with
DDEService: iexplore
DDETopic: www_OpenURL
Then you shoud send a macro with the www adress e.g.:
ExecuteMacro( 'http://www.yahoo.com', True );

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by:hh
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i would like full source, thanks.
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