General discussion



By Aussie Dilbert ·
In VB.NET (2003), how do I view a web page, view the source, strip out all the "a href="'s and their descriptions </a> is available and then write to an external file the orginal URL and title followed by the stripped "a href" and its description.

I would appreciate the code to do this, for then I may learn by deconstructing the result for other purposes.

I am new to VB.NET and programming in general, as I'm trying to cross over from system administration.

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

by CptOmlly In reply to VB.Net

So... basically you are wanting to parse the HTML file, if I understand your question correctly. Check out this link, as I think it answers your question exactly and there are good code samples.

Hope this helps.

Related Discussions

Related Forums