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I am working on an application which download a GOLD PRICE Site source code from the web , and then separate the elements and show me the current price of gold .

It works well before but now I understand that it returns me the last price ! I push the update button But it is still the last price .

So , I want to know Is an application(it self) , save temporary file ?

Note : I deleted the Appdata Internet History but it still doesn't work .

So, Why ?!
LLLLGGGG 18-Jan-15 9:58am    
I do not think that an application can save its own temporary file if you don't tell it to do so.
I think the problem is in your application or in the web service... Can you post your code?

BillWoodruff 18-Jan-15 21:21pm    
Sometimes the simplest things get forgotten: are you absolutely sure you are accessing the data on the web AFTER the price of gold has changed, and that you are seeing not the current value, but the previous value ?

If so, that suggests, you are accessing a cached version of the web-page, not really doing a "refresh."

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No, there is no built-in temp file for windows applications. If you would want that feature, you would have to implement it.

Maybe your solution does not parse the retrieved document correctly, because its layout has changed and you did not notice that and reflect the changes in your code.
There is not much more to say without an idea of the way you are parsing the document.
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