3 divs in line and dinamic width for middle one

Greetings Experts,

My question will be a little tricky,
I need to make HTML page layout with 3 div's in line:
1.left position
2.Center position
3.Right position

It should be:
Global width: 1000px
DIV Left: 200px
DIV Right: 200px
DIV Center: should be stretched to width that left (600px)

Till now it simple. Now my problem, "DIV Left" and "DIV Right" are div's that not ALWAYS present on a page. I mean that combination of div's can be different:

1. DIV LEFT+DIV CENTER+DIV RIGHT (200px+600px+200px)
2. DIV LEFT+DIV CENTER (200px+800px)
3. DIV CENTER+DIV RIGHT (800px+200px)
4. DIV CENTER (1000px)

My problem: "CENTER DIV" width should be dynamically resized to cover ALL free width of global 1000px in case LEFT DIV, RIGHT DIV or BOTH of them are disabled

I tried to do it , but unfortunately i stuck.
I need  CSS/HTML code of this
Graphic explanation of what do i mean attached.

Please dear EXPERTS HELP, you're my only hope...!!!

Very best regards,
Dan Left+Center+Right Left+Center Center+Right Center
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What about this:
<div style="width=100%; border:2px solid #dadada;">
    <div style="width:50px; float: left;"><img src="myleftimage" /></div>
    <div style="width:50px; float: right;"><img src="myrightimage" /></div>
    <div style="display:block; margin-left:auto; margin-right: auto;">Content Goes Here</div>
<div style="clear:both"></div>    

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DanSmirAuthor Commented:
You are amazing person.
Thank you so much!!!
Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianCommented:
Dynamic div width is based on content, not available space. The only way to make a div wider than the content is to give it a fixed width. I would include the content of the center div in a fixed 1000px width div. Then nest the left and right divs inside it, before the content.

<div style="width: 1000p;">
   <div style="width: 200px; float: left;">Left Column Content</div>
   <div style="width: 200px; float: right;">Right Column Content</div>
   Center Column Content

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Glad to be of help. Thanks!
DanSmirAuthor Commented:
DUDE, not work for me :(
Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianCommented:
I know it's too late to reassign the points for this question. But did you try my solution?
DanSmirAuthor Commented:
Xmediaman: thank you, i solved it other way.
Please Dan, let us know the solution that worked for you.
DanSmirAuthor Commented:

This one was good for me with some modification

<div style="width=100%; border:2px solid #dadada;">
    <div style="width:50px; float: left;"><img src="myleftimage" /></div>
    <div style="width:50px; float: right;"><img src="myrightimage" /></div>
    <div style="display:TABLE; margin-left:auto; margin-right: auto;">Content Goes Here</div>
<div style="clear:both"></div>    
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