I would like to make a program that will be able to download a webpage, save it the the harddisk and then the program will interpret the file and alerts me if neccessary.
For example, it will download a webpage(let's say a webpage on on the stock prices) onto the disk as an HTML file which my program can read and interpret and alerts the user on certain conditions(like the stock prices falls below a certain level).
I tried looking into the Temporary Internet Folder and noticed that the HTML file that contained the code I want to interpret are there and I could probably do a system("start www.website.com/webpage.html" ) followed by reading the file in the Temporary Internet Folder. The problem with this solution is that the IE will pop up with the webpage(disturbing the user).
Is there a more elegant way to directly download a webpage onto the disk? I am making a simple Console Program using Visual C++ 6.0.
Thanks in advance.