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i have the following code in forms and i need to convert it to a console application... How can i do this?

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
            WebBrowser wb = new WebBrowser();
            wb.DocumentCompleted += new WebBrowserDocumentCompletedEventHandler(DisplayText);

            wb.Url = new Uri("");
            wb.Visible = false;
        private void DisplayText(object sender, WebBrowserDocumentCompletedEventArgs e)
            WebBrowser wb = (WebBrowser)sender;
            wb.Document.ExecCommand("SelectAll", false, null);
            wb.Document.ExecCommand("Copy", false, null);
            textResultsBox.Text = Clipboard.GetText();
Posted 28-Sep-12 2:47am
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Solution 1

This makes zero sense. A web browser is by nature graphical. How do you propose to use a graphical forms component from a non graphical console? Because you are interacting with the page you get back, there really is no point in doing that.
ridoy 28-Sep-12 9:30am
right Marcus..+5
Rapsy Tree 8-Mar-13 5:15am
Really....I am running a console application and running some batch files inside it. At the end, I need to update internal portal and I need a webbrowser control for that. And I believe it perfectly makes sense.
Marcus Kramer 8-Mar-13 9:44am
You should be updating a web service, not a web page. Either way, you should only need to use the HttpWebRequest classes to achieve this, not an entire web browser control.
Rapsy Tree 26-Mar-13 11:11am
So I disagree again.....what I said I implemented last week in my project. And I used a web browser control. All I want to say is there are numerous requirements in the world and anything may be valid until someone is asking a code sample to clean swimming pool water.

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