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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by bondspider, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. bondspider

    bondspider Thread Starter

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    I need to come up with a way to scan a web page and look for the code and see if it is allowed by the company.

    as a example #F4FFE4 is not allowed but #F3FFE4 is allowed by the company.

    What I need to do is find that code and show the finding on notepad if possible.
     
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    Do you mean scan a web page's source or its contents ?
     
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