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WININET.DLL --- InternetCrackUrl

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I thought there must be someone who can help me with the InternetCrackURL-Function and the URL_Components-structure of the WININET.DLL. I'm writing a program requesting HTML-Files via the WININET functions and I'd like the user to simply input the whole URL which I think is better to crack with the given function than on a VB-way.
As you surely know the WININET is bad documented. I wonder why I can't find information about it on the internet.

Another way is to Load the HTML-File with the WebBrowser-Control that also loads pictures, applets etc. I'd like to avoid.

Greetings from Germany
Bard
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http://www.mvps.org/vb/samples.htm

There is a sample app there called netURL.zip that you may want to take a look at.

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