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Get innerText from HTML table by looping using GetElementByID in VB.NET

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Need code for VB.NET Windows Form to find innerText values in HTML table on my favorite web site using GetElementByID to find table.
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Tuyau2poil earned 500 total points
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use this function to get web page into a  string. after that, you will find what you want by using standard character crtieria and vb string methods.

Shared Function getpage(ByVal url As String) As String
        Dim WC As New System.Net.WebClient()
        Dim s As System.IO.Stream = WC.OpenRead(url)
        Dim sr As New System.IO.StreamReader(s)
        Return sr.ReadToEnd()
    End Function

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Thanks for your replay, I will trying it out in the next couple of days and report back.
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Sorry for the delay, had some things come up. I will look at this by the end of the week and report back. Thanks.
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As one needing to upgrade and educate myself to using VB.net I had to understand the difference between the Web browser control and Web client when using Win forms. Having done that and using the web client solution provided by calling the function from the form 1_load event and loading it into a multiline text box I can see all HTML from my selected URL. Now I can use a parsing method to get the desired webpage content.
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