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How do I download images using WebClient?

Posted on 2008-10-15
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I used the following code to iterate an array of URI based image locations to download the image files to my local drive so I could use them in System.Net.Mail as embedded images. The files on my local drive aren't the image files, they're just small binary stubs. I cribbed this code from a bunch of sources without really understanding in detail what I'm doing. The IMGS array contains (0) the URI , (1) the generated CID for embedding and (3) the local file path/name. Any help is greatly appreciated:

            WebClient wc = new WebClient();
            for (int i=0; i<=ct; i++)
            {
                byte[] image = wc.DownloadData(imgs[i,0]);
                string LocalFile = Path.Combine(Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable("TEMP"), imgs[i,1].ToString().Substring(4,imgs[i,1].ToString().Length-4));
                BinaryWriter wr = new BinaryWriter(File.Open(LocalFile, FileMode.Create));
                wr.Write(image.Length);
                wr.Close();
                imgs[i, 2] = LocalFile;
            }
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wr.Write(image.Length);
changed to
wr.Write(image, 0, image.Length)
Fixed the problem.
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