C language function:InternetOpenUrl sample codes

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TITLE : HttpAccess - xxxxx Book
UrlHandle = InternetOpenUrl(InetHandle, Url, vbNullString, 0, INTERNET_FLAG_RELOAD, 0).......
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TITLE : VBA Download Files - download files in Excel using VBA
If hSession Then hInternet = InternetOpenUrl(hSession, sUrl, vbNullString, 0, INTERNET_FLAG_NO_CACHE_WRITE, 0).......
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TITLE : Check if computer is connected to the internet
hReqUrl:= InternetOpenURL(.......
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
Connect to a server using the InternetOpenUrl() or InternetConnect() functions. You will be returned a connection HINTERNET handle for your new connection if successful........
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
Close your HINTERNET handles in reverse order. This is important because Internet handles are hierarchical?you must close your connection HINTERNET handle (which was derived from InternetOpenUrl() or InternetConnect()) before you call InternetCloseHandle() on your main Internet session........
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
Now that you have completed setting up your Internet session, let's open a connection to a server. This can be accomplished by using the InternetConnect() and InternetOpenUrl() functions. Which function you use depends on what information you have about the server with which you are trying to connect. If you have all the connection information for your server in a well-formed URL address, use InternetOpenUrl(); otherwise, InternetConnect() is probably your better option........
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
If you already have the server information in URL format, it's a lot easier to use the InternetOpenUrl() function to create a connection. InternetOpenUrl() will parse the address, protocol, username, and password from the URL for you; it is defined as follows:.......
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
HINTERNET InternetOpenUrl(HINTERNET hInternet, LPCWSTR.......
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
Remember that HINTERNET handles derive from their parent, so you will want to close the handles returned to you from InternetConnect() and InternetOpenUrl() before closing the main Internet session handle that was returned from InternetOpen()........
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
Let's look at a short example of how you can set up a basic WinInet session to connect to Microsoft's Web site using InternetConnect() and InternetOpenUrl():.......
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
hIUrlConnect = InternetOpenUrl(hInternet, TEXT("http://www........
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TITLE : Using WinInet :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
One last note: If your application needs to make multiple Internet requests, you can typically make a single call to InternetOpen(), and continuously reuse the HINTERNET session handle for various InternetConnect() and InternetOpenUrl() connections. Naturally, if your basic connection type (i.e., your proxy connection) needs to change between each connection, you can always call InternetOpen() again to get a new session handle........
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TITLE : Downloading file from internet - C and C++ - Codecall
UrlHandle = InternetOpenUrl(InternetHandle, FromHere, 0, 0, 0, 0); //Connectin to your File.......
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TITLE : How to access the internet? - Programming and Coding - Tuts 4 You
HINTERNET hUrlFile = ::InternetOpenUrl(hNet,"Your Site string",NULL,0,INTERNET_FLAG_TRANSFER_BINARY|INTERNET_FLAG_NO_CACHE_WRITE|INTERNET_FLAG_RELOAD,0) ;.......
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