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How can I convert this VB code into C# code?

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Set objExplorer = WScript.CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application", "IE_")
objExplorer.Navigate "http://www.codeguru.com/login.php"
objExplorer.Document.formName.username.value = "GavinWang"
objExplorer.Document.formName.password.value = "******"
objExplorer.Document.formName.Submit
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Updated 22-Dec-09 22:55pm
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Just to point out, that's actually VB classic code. While I can't really help much with the properties and methods, you can get the Type representing objExplorer by using Type.GetTypeFromProgID. From there, I'd think that you'd have to do some strange things with the Marshal class and look into the IDispatch interface.

You might want to look into an alternative way of doing things, or (ick) wrapping the script and calling it from the command line using C#. I'd personally find it cleaner to use the former.
 
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