wget output in memory/variable

I am using wget in .c file and executing with system("wget http://example.com");
it is working fine but the output is saved to file or stderr how do i redirect to buffer in .c program
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you can use a 'popen' call -
#include <stdio.h>

  FILE *fptr;
  char line[130]; /* line from wget*/
  fptr = popen("wget http://example.com", "r"); /* Issue the wget command. */

/* Read a line */
  while ( fgets( line, sizeof line, fptr))
    printf("%s", line);

/* or process the 'line' otherwise as needed */

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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
Have you considered using libcurl to do this?

tittuAuthor Commented:
Any reason for grade B?
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