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Get the URL from a textbox and display it as a msgbox

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I need to retrieve the URL from the textbox.

The textbox have value = "Some text here ....<a href="http://google.com">Google</a> ... some other text here"

How can i get only http://google.com in a msgbox?

Thank you
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Question by:Andreas Lazarou
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MsgBox Split(text1,text, """")(1)
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Another way.
Dim intStart As Integer
Dim intEnd As Integer

intStart = InStr(1, text1.text, "<a href=")
intEnd = InStr(intStart, text1.text, ">")

MsgBox Mid(text1.text, intStart + 8, intEnd - intStart - 8)

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@ Andreas Lazarou
-You want to retrieve the URL from a Visual Basic
textbox?
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