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process a page with Tcppwebbrowser

process a page with Tcppwebbrowser

process a page with Tcppwebbrowser

i have an application with a cppwebbrowser in it, but now i would like to have to source of the page that the browser is displaying at that moment. How can i do this?
or if not possible, what is a possible way to do it.

RE: process a page with Tcppwebbrowser

    IHTMLDocument2 *htm = NULL;     // #include <mshtml.h>

    if(TCppWebBrowser->Document && SUCCEEDED(TCppWebBrowser->Document->QueryInterface(IID_IHTMLDocument2,(LPVOID*)&htm))){
        IPersistStreamInit *spPsi = NULL;    // ocidl.h
        if(SUCCEEDED(htm->QueryInterface(IID_IPersistStreamInit, (LPVOID*)&spPsi)) && spPsi){
            IStream *spStream = NULL;            // objidl.h
            OleCheck(CreateStreamOnHGlobal(NULL, true, &spStream));
                __int64 nSize = 0;
                STATSTG ss;
                LARGE_INTEGER nMove;
                nMove.QuadPart = 0;
                OleCheck(spPsi->Save(spStream, true));
                OleCheck(spStream->Seek(nMove, STREAM_SEEK_SET, (ULARGE_INTEGER*)&nSize));
                OleCheck(spStream->Stat(&ss, STATFLAG_NONAME));
                nSize = ss.cbSize.QuadPart;

                OleCheck(spStream->Read((void *)Source.data(), nSize, (ULONG*)&nSize));



"Source" is the String with the html source in it

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