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I am using wininet sdk calls in my application, for parsing the URL, I am using the ParseUrl(). This function is being implemented in the IInternetProtocolInfo interface, so how to use get this interface pointer??? Any sample code is available, that's great.
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Use the CoInternetParseUrl function, which is a helper function for the IInternetProtocolInfo::ParseUrl method.

You may also use the following Win32 API functions,

InternetCanonicalizeUrl
InternetCrackUrl
UrlCanonicalize

and MFC functions

AfxParseURL
AfxParseURLEx
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Thank you chensu, excellent answer.

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