How to Parse a comma delimited txt file?

I'm a noob so I'm not sure how to put this exactly.
I'd like to parse a comma delimited text file into an (array?) and use the contents of the array to fill in a webform.

Ralph,Malph,123 st, etc....

I've already got the webform portion handled but I've been getting my data from labels I have on my form ie:

Dim FirstName As String
FirstName = lblFirstName.Text
.Document.Frames("Main").document.Forms(0)("app_first_name").Value = FirstName

But thats kinda cheating, I'd like to do it without using labels, just pull the data from memory.

How would I go about doing that?
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Mike TomlinsonMiddle School Assistant TeacherCommented:
Something like this?...

        Dim fileName As String = "C:\someFile.txt"
        If Not File.Exists(fileName) Then
            MsgBox(fileName, MsgBoxStyle.Critical, "File Not Found")
            Exit Sub
        End If

        Dim sr As StreamReader = New StreamReader(fileName)
        Dim inputLine As String = sr.ReadLine
        If Not (inputLine Is Nothing) Then
            Dim values() As String = Split(inputLine, ",")
            .Document.Frames("Main").document.Forms(0)("app_first_name").Value = values(0)
            .Document.Frames("Main").document.Forms(0)("app_last_name").Value = values(1)
            ' etc...
        End If

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Matrix1000Author Commented:
THANKS!  but I get an error underlining "File"  in  "If Not File.Exists(fileName) Then"

Says its not declared.
What do I need do do to make it work?
Add the following to your file OUTSIDE the class declaration:

Imports System.IO
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