How do you parse cfhttp.filecontent for a specific word?

I am posting and get a web page back as a reponse and nee to parse for the word accepted.

<cfhttp post ....>

<cfoutput>#cfhttp.FileContent#</cfoutput>
     <cfset postresponse = "#cfhttp.FileContent#">
The response I get back is a full html page with lots of  data.
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SidFishesCommented:
depends on what you are trying to do...

if you just want to know if accepted exists in the page it's easy

<cfif findnocase(" accepted ", cfhttp.filecontent)>
Found
<cfelse>
Not Found
</cfif>

note this looks for the whole word accepted with a space on each side of it...you may need to modify

if you need to extract specific instances ie: a confirmation number it's more complicated


i use cf_reextract  http://www.cftagstore.com/tags/cfreextract.cfm

it's $15 but i use it for a ton of stuff (payment validation, automated form data submission  etc)
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