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Download a file from the web

Posted on 1998-09-16
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Hi!

I need a code to download a file from a www adress automatic and save it on my hd. Im using a laan network.
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KirkGray earned 30 total points
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The easy way is to just call the www address with FileExec,

This will start the default browser and pass it the address, you'll get a save as dialog though, which you may not want.

You're other alternative is to use The Internet components that come with D3.

Good Luck!

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