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How can I read all files content from directory vb.net

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I am going through all the folders in the .Net application and if the file is .aspx I want to read the body contents and save it in the variable.

1.Getting all the folder names under .Net application.
2.Reading the files under the folder name
3.If the file name is .aspx ,reading the the contents inside the body tag and saving it in a variable

How to do this.

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I modified your requirements slightly to get only the aspx files from the target folder ( No need to loop all files if only aspx are required)
    Private Sub GetBodiesFromFolder(ByVal folder As String)
        Dim Files As String() = System.IO.Directory.GetFiles(folder, "*.aspx")
        For Each sFile As String In Files
            Dim fileCont As String = System.IO.File.ReadAllText(sFile)
            Dim startIndex = fileCont.IndexOf("<body>")
            If startIndex > 0 Then 'body tag found
                Dim endIndex = fileCont.IndexOf("</body>", startIndex)
                startIndex = startIndex + 6 'offset to skip body tag
                Dim body As String = fileCont.Substring(startIndex, endIndex - startIndex)
                Debug.WriteLine(body) 'Print body contents
            End If
        Next
    End Sub

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