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- Anders Skelander
September 28, 2006, 4:47 pm
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This question is slightly off-topic, but anyway:
I found this Visual Basic code chunk that reads all files/contents
from a web page.
My question is: Will it always work with a straightforward
loop like this, one that pulls all the information from the web
server? Or does the client (normally a web browser application)
sometimes have to interact with the server, respond to requests
that go from the server to the client, during the download of all
Thanks in advance for any help.
- Benjamin Niemann
September 28, 2006, 7:04 pm
Re: Interaction between browser and server not needed?
Anders Skelander wrote:
I'm not into VB, but this one looks like it just downloads a single file. It
does not pull 'all files/contents from a web page', which would require
parsing the HTML and CSS code to look for embedded media (images..),
For downloading just a single file: yes, this is all that has to be done (in
any languages which provide the functions to abstract the not so trivial
HTTP handling away).
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