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Parse HTML file (on disk)

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i want to use MSHTML components and parse a HTML file on disk,can anyone give me some sample code? i am using MS visuals studio 6.0 on windows 2000 professional.

my requirement is like this,i have a html file something like,
<html>
<body>
          hi there ,try to get this text
</body>
</html>
i want to get the text in the body suppose,how do i do it?



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