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Is there any good html parser for dotnet?

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Hi, Experts:
We are looking for solution of html parser in dotnet programming environment.
The requirement is to use c# desktop program to analyse the html web pages to get some specific information from that page.
Can you give some proposal on how to do that in c#?
Is there any good and free or cheaper package which can be reused by us in c#?

Thanks!
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Good information.
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