The purpose of this article is to show how to use IWebBrowser2, IHTMLDocument2, and IHTMLElement objects. This includes showing how to create a new Internet Explorer window, how to use an existing one, how to navigate within one, how to find an anchor, how to fill in a form, and more.
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The latest WINHTTP library from Microsoft replaces the older WININET libraries. This library is used internally in various Microsoft applications. Learn the various issues and characteristics of using this library's methods while crawling (reading Web data). This is most suitable for C++ coded, HTTP-based client/server applications.
Anyone who has used the WinInet FTP functions has probably noticed that many features are lacking. In particular, this code supports wildcards, recursively looking into the sub directories, uploading/downloading/deleting multiple files, automatically showing a progress bar, user cancellation, and more.
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