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Hullo,

Does anyone know how to read a file from a specified url or on a local machine.(Need to have the ability to do either.)The file brought down needs to be stored in an array and must be brought down in binary format!!
This is being done for an ActiveX control.
Anyone got any ideas??

Thanks.
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shark351 earned 300 total points
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I found a snippet of code to address your problem. Go to this site.
http://www.codeguru.com/internet/FileUpload.shtml

Be sure to look at the comments as well for further examples
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