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How can I extract all of links from TWebBrowser

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How can I extract all of links fromTWebBrowser and put in ex. TMemo or RichEdit.
Like CopyShortcut in
Internet Explorer but for all links
on TWebBrowser

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Question by:nikola_mk
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var
  doc: IHTMLDocument2;
  links: IHTMLElementCollection;
  currlink:IHTMLElement;
  i: integer;
begin
  doc := WebBrowser.Document as IHTMLDocument2;
  links := doc.Links;
  for i := 0 to links.length -1 do begin
         currlink := link.Item(i,'') as IHTMLElement;
         Memo1.lines.add(currlink.toString);
  end;
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You also need to add MSHTML_TLB to your uses clause.  If you do not have MSHTML_TLB you can create it by using the menu in delphi Project->Import Type Library->select 'Micrsoft HTML Object Library', unselect 'Generate Component Wrapper', click 'Create Unit'.

In the above code one line needs to be slightly modified:
       currlink := links.Item(i,'') as IHTMLElement;

If you wish to get more information out of the hyperlink you can:
var
  htmlLink: IHTMLAnchorElement;

htmlLink := links.item(i,'') as IHTMLAnchorElement;
then you have access to all the properties of the anchor element:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/browser/mshtml/reference/ifaces/anchorelement/anchorelement.asp
   
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