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How do I read data from internet explorer window?

Posted on 2009-12-23
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Last Modified: 2013-11-20
I can automate opening a web page and running a query or search.  Now I have the result on my screen.
I want to capture that data including any of it that is not visible on the screen at this moment.
If I can get the information into any kind of string variable or text file I can use it.
Question by:ARPYPREF

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capture the request /response object

the browser data is encompassed in response object
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  Browser Bot -- Automate Browsing Sequences With C++
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