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Interpret and Executing Javascript in C#

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Hey there,

I've been playing around with building web crawlers using the HTTPWebRequest class. I make my requests and parse the returned HTML myself. Now I'm trying to take it a little further and start processing some of the Javascript on the page. I've been reading up on JScript .Net and it sounds like it might be exactly what I need, but I'm having a bit of difficulty finding helpful examples to learn from.

Basically I'm wondering if there's some sort of JScript .Net Expression Evaluator or a suggested alternative? Any examples would be extremely appreciated as well.

Cheers,
-Josh
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Please check the following thread as it might provide some clues:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/172753/embedding-javascript-engine-into-net-c
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