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C# - Extracting lat / long from http page source

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Hi,

Assuming I had the source code of this page in a string.

https://maps.google.com.au/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=3002+australia&output=js

What is the best way to extract the Lat/Long coordinates out of this part -
{center:{lat:-37.816144000000001,lng:144.980459}

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into two seperate variables?

Thanks for your help
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Craig Wagner earned 500 total points
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I'd take a look at using the HTML Agility Pack (http://htmlagilitypack.codeplex.com) to parse the HTML and extract the values you're interested in.
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Would it be possible/easier to use Regex?
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