how do i EXTRACT the unfettered HTML source of current page

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how do i EXTRACT the unfettered HTML source of current page

by awakebutnot on Wed Sep 28, 2005 3:20 pm

subject is self descriptive:

how do i EXTRACT the unfettered HTML source of current page to my current scripting language, as, say, a string, called x.

This would actually simplify what i need, since I can do all of the string parsing myself...

Thx,
Austin
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by Tech Support on Wed Sep 28, 2005 3:28 pm

With the current version (V4.31) you can use SAVEAS TYPE=HTM to download the page as HTML file and then load it into your script.

With version V5.0 (beta release date is in early October) you will have a command to transfer the complete page directly into your script as string.

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